Upload slides to present during your webinar. This can be done ahead of time so that you only have to open it when the big event comes!

Note: Animations and/or transition effects on your slides will not work. Each file can be up to 100 MB in PDF, PPT/PPTX, or DOC/DOCX.

To upload your presentation slides:

Step 1: Click My Webinars, found in the left menu. You will be taken to the My Webinars page.

Step 2: Find the webinar for which you want to upload slides. Click Enter Studio, found to the right of the webinar. On the next page, a popup window showing your mic and camera settings will appear. You can skip this part for now, and click Enter The Studio.

Step 3: Click the Upload Slides icon on the left menu. 

Step 4: A window will pop up, into which you can upload your slides. Simply drag and drop the slides onto the area provided, or click Browse to select slides manually from your computer. Once uploaded, the file will appear under Uploaded Files in the same window. To remove any slides, click the red button to the right.

To show your presentation slides:

Step 1: Any time before or during your webinar, click the Upload Slides icon on the left menu and click Open, found next to each of your uploaded slides.

Step 2: Your slides will then be displayed in the bottom-left corner of your live camera feed. To maximize it and have your camera feed in the corner, double-click on the thumbnail. Otherwise, click the blue fullscreen button over the slides to make it fullscreen, completely hiding your camera feed. Click here to learn more.

Step 3: Advance through the slides by clicking the arrows on the controls bar on the webinar screen. Hover your cursor over the bottom of the presentation screen to display the controls bar.  

Note: On some screens, the controls bar may not be fully visible. Try zooming in or out of the page and the controls bar would come up.

Step 4: When you're done, close the presentation by clicking X on the controls bar or the Upload Slides icon on the left menu. The screen will return to your camera feed.

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