The presenter will give you a unique Glisser URL to enter into your browser to access the presentation. You can use any web-connected device to interact with the presentation (phone, tablet, computer).

Simply open up a web-browser on your device (Google Chrome or Safari for example) and enter the unique Glisser URL that is displayed (something like: glsr.it/…). Tip: there is no need to type in https.

Slide Sharing

If the presenter has enabled slide sharing, you will be able to see current slide at the top of your screen. However, if you ever want to go back to view a previous slide then simply navigate to the slides panel in the menu bar. This will disconnect you from the live feed, so to rejoin the presenter’s progress then select the latest slide in the slides panel.

Q&A

If enabled by the presenter, the Q&A feature allows you to ask a question to the presenter. This is a very powerful tool and ensures that the most popular questions get voted to the top using the question thumbs up.

Select the Q&A tab on the menu bar to view the question feed and like (thumbs up) any existing questions. To ask a question click the + in the bottom right hand corner (and yes, you can use emojis! ?).

Social

The presenter can assign their presentation or event a social media hashtag. Posting to this hashtag will populate the social media feed within Glisser.

Related Guides and Resources

Personalising your Presentation or Event

Through a series of settings you can personalise your presentation to match your brand or event. To do this, edit your chosen presentation or event and select Personalisation from the right-hand sidebar of your Glisser dashboard.

Creating a Slide Deck Presentation

As a presenter, you have the option to create one of a number of different presentation types - this guide will cover creating a slide deck presentation.

Selecting a Background Image

Your background image is used in various places throughout your presentation or event, for example as a backdrop to Q&A feed, Twitter Wall and Polls on the main screen, and as a backdrop to the login pages on the audience mobile web-app. 

Related FAQs

Which presentation formats can I use?

Your background image is used in various places throughout your presentation or event, for example as a backdrop to Q&A feed, Twitter Wall and Polls on the main screen, and as a backdrop to the login pages on the audience mobile web-app. 

My account has been upgraded, how come it still says I’m on a ‘Free’ account?

Your background image is used in various places throughout your presentation or event, for example as a backdrop to Q&A feed, Twitter Wall and Polls on the main screen, and as a backdrop to the login pages on the audience mobile web-app. 

How should I introduce Glisser to my audience?

Your background image is used in various places throughout your presentation or event, for example as a backdrop to Q&A feed, Twitter Wall and Polls on the main screen, and as a backdrop to the login pages on the audience mobile web-app. 

Can I use polling without slide sharing?

Your background image is used in various places throughout your presentation or event, for example as a backdrop to Q&A feed, Twitter Wall and Polls on the main screen, and as a backdrop to the login pages on the audience mobile web-app. 

What image size should I use for the background and logo?

Your background image is used in various places throughout your presentation or event, for example as a backdrop to Q&A feed, Twitter Wall and Polls on the main screen, and as a backdrop to the login pages on the audience mobile web-app. 

What is presentation mirroring?

Your background image is used in various places throughout your presentation or event, for example as a backdrop to Q&A feed, Twitter Wall and Polls on the main screen, and as a backdrop to the login pages on the audience mobile web-app. 

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