For the last year or so I’ve used Canva to create and deliver the majority of my slideshow presentations. In addition to great templates and customizable stock art work, Canva has some “hidden” features that are quite useful. Those features are recording your presentation, turning your slides into videos, and hosting live Q&A through your presentation. In the following videos I demonstrate all of those features.
Record a Video Presentation in Canva
This is still a beta feature, but it’s a good one. You can record yourself giving talking over your slides while presenting in Canva.
Turn Your Canva Slides Into a Video
With just a click you can turn your Canva slides into a video.
Host Live Q&A With Canva Live
This is the latest feature added to Canva. You can now collect questions and answers from a live audience on the same screen that you are presenting from.
Bonus: Publish Your Slides as a Website
This can be done with just about any Canva design. You can publish your slides as a simple website. I like this because other than taking screenshots of each slide there isn’t a way for people to quickly copy all of your slides if you share them by using Canva’s publish to the web option.