Post A Link vs. Send Directly To Contacts
Once your presentation is completed, you will be ready to start sharing it with everyone you know. At this point you may be contemplating where to begin or what the differences are between our presentation sharing methods. But don’t worry, we’re here to help!
In your iDecide Interactive Back Office there are two ways you can share your new presentation link; you can choose to Post A Link or send it directly to Contacts.
After logging into iDecide Interactive, you should see a menu of tiles to choose from. The first two tiles on the left are Contacts and Post A Link, these are where you can go to retrieve your presentation link.
If you have a specific person in mind you’d like to send your presentation to, this is the best option to do that. It will auto-generate your recipient’s name throughout the presentation curating a personalized experience for them to enjoy. When they finish watching, their contact will be updated in your back office to reflect any final decisions they made. The best practice is to send the presentation directly to your contact.
Once you’ve clicked Contacts it’ll bring up a window that looks like this. Review your recipient’s contact information to ensure that it is correct, and then choose which presentation you’d like to send them in the drop down list.
Click NEXT, and a unique link address will then be generated which you will be able to send by copying and pasting it into a text or email.
Post A Link
If you choose Post A Link instead, you’ll start by choosing which presentation you’d like to send in the drop down list. Click NEXT, and a unique link address will be generated. You have three easy options readily available for you to select:
Share on Facebook: This will open up another window with Facebook where you can post it to your News Feed or Page.
Copy & Paste: If you’re looking for the link to paste it anywhere other than Facebook, you can highlight, right click, and copy it. Or simply click the “copy to clipboard” button and paste it (CTRL+ V) wherever you’d like.
Embed Your Presentation: You can embed your presentation to your website by copying and pasting this code into your HTML.
Before you close this window, make sure to scroll to the bottom and choose which method you’d like to receive notifications: Email or T