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Share a Presentation

Erynn Baird Updated by Erynn Baird

When you’d like to share a presentation, create a share link or export it as a PDF.

A share link allows you to share an Opal presentation with Opal users or non-Opal users, and track when and by whom it has been viewed.

Note: Email is sent from If you do not see an email you are expecting, check your Spam folder, or speak with your support team.
  1. Navigate to “Presentations.”
  2. Locate the presentation you would like to share.
  3. Hover your mouse over the presentation and click the “Edit” icon.
  4. Click “Share."
  5. Click “Create a New Share Link.”
  6. Set the options for “Share Link Expiration,” “Privacy,” and “Notes Made on Content.”
    1. Share Link Expiration - Set an expiration date if the content is time sensitive.
    2. Privacy - Protect the presentation with a password - recommended for security.
    3. Notes Made on Content - Choose to include any notes that have been added to the presentation.
  7. Click “Done.”

Once your share link has been created, copy the link to send to your recipients or send it directly from Opal.

Tip: If you add a password to your share link be sure to include it in your message to your colleague(s).

  1. Navigate to a presentation.
  2. Click “Share.”
  3. Hover over the share link, and click “Copy” the URL to your clipboard, or click “Send” to email the share link directly from Opal.
  • Time Left - See how much time is left to view the presentation via the share URL.
  • Share Link Viewers - See who has viewed your presentation.
  • Edit Share Link - Make changes to the share URL's options.
  • Delete Share Link - Delete the share link.
Tip: You can create any number of share-links needed for any single presentation.

Export to PDF

When you need to bring physical copies to a meeting, post on a wall, send by email, or distribute to your team, export your presentations to PDF.

  1. Navigate to Presentations.
  2. Locate the presentation you would like to edit.
  3. Hover your mouse over the presentation and click the Edit icon.
  4. Click “Export.”
  5. Select the output format:
    1. Digital
    2. Print - Select the preferred paper size
  6. Optional: Toggle on/off Display Options - Show content options, Show labels, Show notes.
  7. Click “Export.”
Important: Video and animated GIF files will be included in PDF exports as a static image. Audio files will not be visually represented.
Note: Presentation themes are not included when exporting to PDF.

Display Options

There are many useful content display options to help customize a PDF to meet your needs.

  • Show content options - Display the content channel option details.
  • Show labels - Display content labels.
  • Show notes - Display content notes.

Choose a Paper Size

Selecting “Print” will prompt you to choose the paper size.

Options include:

  • Letter
  • Legal
  • Tabloid
  • A4
  • A5

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