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Turn Reveal presentations into shared events

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go-reveal

Turn Reveal presentations into shared events

Here is what you need to do--not much

Your Reveal presentation will be a web page with the Reveal scripts added at the bottom of the HTML </body> tag. It should look something like this:

		<script src="lib/js/head.min.js"></script>
		<script src="js/reveal.min.js"></script>

		<script>
			Reveal.initialize({
			  ... configuration options ...
			});

		</script>
	</body>

All you have to do is add in the go-reveal script and you will now be able to collaborate while you are presenting.

		<script src="lib/js/head.min.js"></script>
		<script src="js/reveal.min.js"></script>
		<!-- This is the line you need to add. That is all -->
		<script src="http://gordienoye.github.io/go-reveal/js/go-reveal.js"></script>

		<script>
			Reveal.initialize({
			  ... configuration options ...
			});

		</script>
	</body>

Collaborating is now easy

go-reveal automatically makes your presentation multi-user. If you want to give another person access to your presentation all you need to do is to share a special URL. The URL looks almost exactly like the one you have for your presentation but with a query string inserted. At the moment, you can get the URL by pressing < Ctrl + g > and this will bring up an alert that contains the URL for you to copy. (Don't worry; a better method for retrieving it is on the way).

Once you share this URL with somebody, that person can control your presentation and do the same things that you can do. You can share presenting duties with as many other people as you want.

Go wild.

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