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as you probably know, you can easily invite someone to view your online prezi by clicking the "Share" or "View together" button on the prezis landing page and sending the generated invitation link. "Share" links are permanent, while "View together" links expires a few minutes after the host has ended the prezi show.
If you have a paid account, you have the additional option to make your online prezis private. Then, it will not be listed in our public directory - http://prezi.com/explore/ - and will not be indexed by search engines. The "Share" and "View together" links now have an authentication tokens in them, so no-one who hasn't received the full invitation link can view your prezi. Even if they know or guess the rest of the prezi's URL somehow.
We have received worried reports that this system might be too weak, though. People saw their private prezis links showing up in search engine results. It turned out though, that these cases resulted from the users posting the private share links on public, searchable websites like social networks, forums etc. Or invited viewers/editors spreading the links that way.
This is unfortunately not something we can prevent on a technical level, but we have implemented a function to counter it. If you have an ENJOY or PRO license (or the EDU versions thereof) and are concerned that a private invitation link might have reached a too broad audience, simply click "Share / View together > Rest Share Links" on the prezi's landing page to revoke the current authentication token. No matter where the link is been floating around, it is now useless and your prezi is private again.
If you have further questions, concerns or suggestions, please don't hesitate to contact us: http://prezi.com/support/ or simply reply/comment below.
Kind regards and happy zooming!
The Prezi team