Start by clicking Sign Up in the upper right part of the page. Then enter a username, your email address, password, and password confirmation.
The username will be part of your url on Speaker Deck (example: http://speakerdeck.com/jonmagic). Finally click the Sign Up button below the form.
A few minutes after clicking Sign Up you should receive an email to confirm your account. If you do not receive that email you can contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Send us the email address and username you signed up with and we will get in touch to activate your account.
Sign into your Speaker Deck account, hover over your username at the top, and click Feedback. Type your message in the box and click Send.
Following is a great way to keep up to date with friends or other Speaker Deck users who post decks you are interested in. If you view any profile on Speaker Deck (e.g. @jnunemaker or @orderedlist), you will see an option to Follow the user. If you click the follow button, we will send you an email whenever the user you follow publishes a new deck.
Sign into your Speaker Deck account and click Upload at the top of the page. You will be presented with a form to upload a PDF.
Click the Select a PDF to Upload button and a file browser will open. Select the PDF you want to upload and then click Ok.
When the PDF has finished uploading you will see a "Save the Details" button. Optionally enter a name and description and select a category for the deck and then click Save the Details
Speaker Deck only supports PDF. Most modern deck software will let you export your deck to PDF.
The PDF that you upload cannot be larger than 150 MB.
We have upload limits primarily to prevent abuse. We currently allow 50 uploads per day up to a total of 500 all time. Upload limits do not apply to those with pro accounts.
Whether you are viewing a deck on speakerdeck.com or embedded on someone site you can click in the bottom right hand corner of the deck to get several options for sharing.
Every deck on Speaker Deck has the oEmbed endpoint as a link tag in the header so it can be automatically detected by sites like Embed.ly.
For more documentation on oEmbed please see oembed.com. Our oEmbed endpoint is:
http://speakerdeck.com/oembed.json so requesting an oEmbed would look like this:
Please send us a link to the offending deck by signing into Speaker Deck and using the Feedback link, or you can contact us directly at email@example.com.
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