Whether you want to share your presentation with Pitch users within or outside of your workspace or with individuals only, you have a few different options in Pitch. This article outlines how to share a link to your presentation, how to invite individuals via email, and where to find shared presentations in your workspace.


Share a link to your presentation

Open the Share menu in the right-hand corner and then click Copy link to share the link to your presentation. Optionally, you can link to the current slide by ticking the box right next to the button:

Anyone who has access to the presentation will be able to use the link. If your presentation is located in a workspace folder, anyone in your workspace can open the link. If you’re working in a private folder or would like to work with external collaborators, you have two options. First, you can enable public access to your presentation. Second, you can invite others to your presentation via email.

Invite an individual to view or edit a presentation

In order to share a presentation with one or more individuals:

  1. Click Share in the top right-hand corner.
  2. Enter the email address associated with their Pitch account.
  3. Select their permissions (view or edit) and click Invite. Note that sharing your presentation with editing privileges will give them full access to your presentation.

Once the person has accepted the invitation to your presentation, you will see their name and access level listed in the Share dialog. 


Where to find shared presentations

After sharing a presentation with someone within your workspace from a private folder, they will see the shared presentation in their Shared with me folder. If you share your presentation with someone who is not part of your workspace, they will have guest access to your workspace to see this presentation. Learn more about guest workspaces.

💡 If you’re inviting a team member to your presentation, you might want to invite them to your workspace instead. That way, they will be able to access all presentations in your team’s workspace and you can easily collaborate on future presentations.

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