How to Quickly Create and Share Narrated Presentations

Yesterday afternoon I published a video highlighting my five favorite features of Canva. After I published it I thought about it some more and decided that one of the features needed to be explained a bit more. That's why I created this video to demonstrate how to create a narrated presentation by using Canva's built-in recording studio. In How to Quickly Record Narrated Presentations in Canva I demonstrate how to access the recording tool, what actually gets recorded, how to download your recorded presentation, and how to share your recorded presentation. My favorite aspect of Canva's presentation recording tool is that your speaker notes appear on the screen when you're recording but don't appear on screen in the final recording. This can make it easier to make sure you include all of your important points without having to use a second screen or written notes while recording. Are you a tech coach or media specialist looking for some new ideas to share with your colleagues? If so, 50 Tech Tuesday Tips is an eBook you need. You can get it right here.

How to Quickly Create and Share Narrated Presentations
Yesterday afternoon I published a video highlighting my five favorite features of Canva. After I published it I thought about it some more and decided that one of the features needed to be explained a bit more. That's why I created this video to demonstrate how to create a narrated presentation by using Canva's built-in recording studio. 

In How to Quickly Record Narrated Presentations in Canva I demonstrate how to access the recording tool, what actually gets recorded, how to download your recorded presentation, and how to share your recorded presentation. 



My favorite aspect of Canva's presentation recording tool is that your speaker notes appear on the screen when you're recording but don't appear on screen in the final recording. This can make it easier to make sure you include all of your important points without having to use a second screen or written notes while recording.