Share Your Presentation Online: Haiku Deck Web View

Put Your Presentation Online

One of the best things about Haiku Deck is that you can view decks from any web-enabled device — a laptop, a tablet, or even a smartphone. In the Haiku Deck web view you can enjoy each presentation online in its full glory and get a snapshot of all the key information —  the description, author, views, category, and public notes). You can browse decks, share your own creations or decks that inspire you with your social networks, and even embed or download a deck, all from one place.

Web View

Here’s your Haiku Deck presentation online at a glance.

(You can explore yourself and check out the deck we’re showcasing below, featuring communication tips from Haiku Deck Guru Lois Zachary, here.)


Whether you’re a sit-back-and-relax viewer or a quick-on-the-trigger keyboarder, there’s bound to be a slide viewing option you’ll love. Here are the options—give them all a try to see what works best for you!

1. Use the controls in the top right corner. Click > to advance one slide or < to go back. Press the gear icon to access auto-advance timing and looping, which is great for running your presentation in kiosk mode.

2. Click anywhere on the slide to advance to the next slide.

3. Tap your spacebar to advance one slide.


The best way to set your story free is to share your decks with your social networks! You can also share inspiring decks you discover to help great content and ideas spread.

Click the share button to reveal options for sharing.


Select whether you’d like to post the deck to your own timeline, a friend’s timeline, to a group, or a page from the Share dropdown. Add a comment, make any edits you’d like to the deck title and description, and click Share Link.


Check the account you’re signed in with in the top right (or sign in if you are prompted to do so), make any edits you’d like to the tweet text, and click Tweet.


Add your insight, make any edits you’d like to the deck title and description, and click Share.


Add a custom comment, select your favorite people, circles or communities, and click Share.

Google Classroom

If you’re using Google Classroom, click this button to add your deck to a Google Classroom page. Learn more here.


To embed a deck in a website or blog, click Embed, select HTML code then copy and paste the string of code. Read more about embedding Haiku Decks here.


To download a beautiful PDF handout that includes your Public Notes, click Download, then Download an Adobe Acrobat PDF copy of your Haiku Deck. Read more about why and how to add Public Notes here.

Your presentation online: Sample Haiku Deck PDF

Sample page of PDF handout showing slides and public notes

Sharing to Other Sites

You can always simply copy the deck URL and post directly to any social site. Read more about ways to share here.


  1. József Horváth

    May 23, 2013 at 1:27 am

    Good stuff! Are you planning to include G+ sharing?

    • Glad you like it, József! We will definitely consider adding G+—thanks for bringing it up.

      • József Horváth

        May 24, 2013 at 9:33 am

        thanks! Of course, it’s not a big hassle having to select and copy and paste links over to G+, but … Haiku being the well designed app and site it is, I think G+ deserves the sharing love, too — as G+ is much closer in esthetics to Haikudeck than FB is. 🙂

  2. Jeremy Macdonald

    May 23, 2013 at 4:19 pm


    I love it guys!

  3. Don’t mean to sound ignorant, but is this an embedded upgrade to to Haiku Deck, the app, or is the “Haiku Deck Player” another program, i.e., a Mac app?

    • Hi Tom-Perfectly valid question! This is a redesign of the web view of Haiku Decks that you create using the iPad app. But if you’d like to request another platform, you can do that here:

      • Thank you. A word about Haiku Deck: I teach computer education at a middle school and part of the curriculum is PowerPoint. While I briefly cover the “bullet point” method, I go beyond bullet points teaching students to use other, better ways to share a message using PP. Haiku Deck has been a major contributor to my teaching methods and how to do a presentation with major impact. I also encourage my students to put your app on their iPads. Many thanks.

        • Tom, wow. Thank you for this awesome note. We really appreciate you support and enthusiasm! Cheers, Catherine from Team Haiku Deck

  4. Is it possible to autostart the autoplay when you embed it via iframe?

  5. Ok. I prepared a Deck using the laptop/web app. I understand how the notes may be seen when the Deck is shared/played publicly. What I don’t get is how a person shifts from being in the preparing the deck mode to the “play” mode so the notes in a slide may be seen. When I sign in, it appears I am not in the “play” mode. So how does one get to the play mode. I made the deck public. Thanks.

    • Hey Andy! Great question, and sorry for the delay in our response! You can play your deck with the triangle button if you click it from My Decks, and you can go to fullscreen with the button in the top right corner, but your notes will not show in that view. Your public notes only show in the web view like the image at the top of this blog post. If you’d like to have access to your notes while presenting in fullscreen and you have an iPhone, you can download our free iPhone app and pull your deck up there – holding your phone vertically will show you the notes. Drop us a line at if you have any more questions! We’re always happy to help.

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