Self Help/Tracking Viewer Information and Feedback

Comments

Tara Clark
posted this on September 16, 2010 03:36 PM

SlideRocket’s Comments feature helps users get feedback on their presentations from colleagues and other viewers. Comments are private messages that viewers can leave for the editors of a presentation. Any comments added to the presentation can only be accessed in the Presentation Editor and are not visible to other viewers of the presentation. The Comments feature is available to SlideRocket users with Trial, Pro, and Enterprise accounts.

  

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Turning on Comments for the Public Link

If comments are turned on for a public link, anyone who views the presentation can leave private comments for the presentation’s editors. 

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  1. Double-click presentation in Presentation Library
  2. Click Share
  3. Click Publish
  4. Under Viewer Options
    • Check Allow viewer to leave comments to allow commenting
    • Uncheck Allow viewer to leave comments to disable commenting

  

ADVANCED NOTES

  • When a presentation is public, Allow viewer to leave comments is unchecked by default
  • Company administrators can turn off the ability for standard users to turn on comments under Edit Group Capabilities

 

Inviting Viewers to Comment from the Presentation Dashboard

SlideRocket users can invite individuals to view a presentation using SlideRocket’s Invite feature. Each invite contains a secure, unique link with customizable settings. The ability to leave comments can be turned on or off for each invite. For more information about sending invites click here.

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  1. Double-click presentation in Presentation Library
  2. Click Share
  3. Click Invite
  4. Enter email(s) for viewer(s) or click Import Contacts… to add email addresses from your Google contacts list
  5. Click Allow commenting to turn on commenting for recipient
  6. Click Send invite

 

ADVANCED NOTE: When an invite is sent, Allow commenting is checked by default.

 

 

Inviting Viewers to Comment from the Presentation Editor

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  1. Open presentation in Presentation Editor
  2. Click Comments icon Screen_Shot_2013-04-18_at_4.06.55_PM.png 
  3. Click Invite others to comment
  4. Enter email(s) for viewer(s) or click Import Contacts… to add email address(es) from your Google contacts list
  5. Click Allow comments to turn on commenting for recipient
  6. Change Subject line if desired
  7. Include personal note if desired
  8. Change any other Options if desired
  9. Click Send Invite Email

  

ADVANCED NOTE: When an invite is sent, Allow comments is checked by default.

 

 

How to View Comments Left by Viewers

  1. Open presentation in Presentation Editor 
  2. Click Comments icon Screen_Shot_2013-04-18_at_4.06.55_PM.png. By default comments are organized by email addresses of viewers. Comments can also be sorted by Comment Date and Number of Comments
  3. Under each email address, click triangle by comments total to see which slides have comments
  4. Click slide number to jump to that slide

  

ADVANCED NOTE: Comments can only be viewed within a presentation by SlideRocket users who have edit permissions for that presentation.

  

How Viewers Add Comments

If comments are turned on, a pop-up will appear at the start of the presentation notifying the viewer that the author of the presentation would like their feedback.

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  1. Click Comments icon Screen_Shot_2013-04-18_at_4.06.55_PM.png 
  2. Enter Email address in Viewer Registration box and click Register
  3. Click Add comment
  4. Type comment
  5. Adjust comment bubble if desired
    • Click down arrow and drag to add an arrow to comment bubble
    • Click corner arrow and drag to expand comment bubble
    • Click and drag comment bubble to new location on slide
    • Click to delete comment
  6. Click off of comment bubble to exit typing
  7. Double-click comment bubble to edit

 

ADVANCED NOTE: When commenting, the presentation, including auto advance, audio, and video, will pause until commenting on the slide is turned off. Click Turn off commenting to resume presentation playing. 

 
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