Create 3D Slides in Deck Editor

Learn how to add 3D Slides to your decks.

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Create new 3D slides in your decks by copying a 3D Slide from an existing Deck, or compose a new 3D Slide from one of your 3D Models.

Video Overview

Copying an existing 3D Slide from another deck

Composing a new slide

Step-by-step Instructions

  1. Log in to

  2. Click Admin from the top menu.

  3. Click on the deck you want to add the 3D Model Slide to.

  4. On the top left of the screen, click Add Slide.

  5. Click 3D Slide.

  6. Choose between the two options:

    1. Copy from Another Deck: If you want to reuse a 3D Slide from another project, select this option. You’ll then need to choose from a list of existing decks (projects) that contain the 3D Slides you want to bring into your current project. This is a great way to reuse content you’ve already created.

    2. Compose New Slide: If you want to create a new 3D Slide from scratch or make customizations, choose this option. You’ll need to select the specific 3D model you want to use for your slide. Remember, the most recent version of your 3D model will be at the top of the list.

  7. The new slide will be added to your Deck for you to start building or editing.

    1. To edit your 3D slide check out the Edit 3D Slides in Deck Editor


Best practices for creating a 3D Slide

  • To insert a 3D slide from another deck into the deck you're creating, you can do so by right clicking on the 3D slide you want to reuse and selecting Export to another Deck.

  • To know which 3D model your favorite 3D Slides are from, you can easily identify any 3D slide’s model ID by referencing the number placed across the bottom portion of every 3D slide:

  • The 3D Slides to choose from have been carefully created and saved as templates for you to use as much as you’d like in as many decks as you want.

  • To make multiple 3D layers visible/hidden at one time, you can select multiple 3D layers in your layers list by holding on Shift or Ctrl/Command on your keyboard, then right click to hide/show multiple layers at once. You can also click on any eye icon, and click and drag downwards to hide/show layers quickly in a sequence.

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