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Presenter View (Anonymized Viewing)

Learn how to use our Presenter View mode and its benefits.

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Written by Support Team
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What is the Presenter View feature?

The Presenter View (Anonymized Viewing) feature is a tool designed to provide instructors and university administrators with a safe and effective way to showcase Kritik to various audiences. When introducing Kritik to students, demonstrating the platform's capabilities to faculty members, or showcasing the tool to university administrators, this feature can display Kritik's functionalities, navigation, and workflows without displaying sensitive data or personally identifiable information (PII).

How does this work?

To use the feature and view a course from a presenter or anonymous perspective, follow these steps:

  1. Log into your Kritik account and navigate to the Avatar icon in the bottom left corner of your screen. Here you will see the option to "View in Presenter Mode". Select this option.

  2. You will then see a message show up on your screen confirming that you have clicked the Presenter View option. Click "Start Presenter View" when you are ready, or "Cancel" if you would like to exit the process.

  3. Your screen will change into the Presenter View immediately after. In this mode, you are able to see all aspects of the Kritik application in an anonymized format. All user information (such as names, emails, and avatars) will be anonymized or replaced except for written or submitted content. For example:

    1. Student names and emails will be anonymized:

    2. The account being used will also have its name and email anonymized:

  4. To exit out of the Presenter View, click "Exit Presenter View" at the top right of your screen. This will immediately end the Anonymized Viewing mode and return you to your account as normal.

NOTE: This tool can also be combined with our Student View feature. Take a look at this article to learn how you can look into the view and experience of specific students within a course while still in the Anonymous Presenter Mode.

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