To effectively use the Meeting Canvas, you need to structure your story first. Then look at options to group content that belongs together.

We can do such a group with multistate, it is effectively a group of slides that act as one slide with different states. You will always see the first slide (state) when you navigate to the slide in Veeva. The rest is hidden behind the first state and can be reached through links.

Typical use cases for multistates:

  • Multiple tabs

  • Build up a graph in multiple states

  • A pop-up to enlarge a part of the content

  • A pop-up with references

  • The answer to a question

  • Several PDF documents behind an overview page

Let's show a few examples.

Create a pop-up

A common use case for multistate is a pop-up, like an enlargement of a visual or a reference. Example below: State 1 has 2 small graphs, pop-ups as state 2 and 3

Group information using tabs

Using tabs, you provide the presenter with all relevant information insight, but on the other hand clean slides with one topic per slide. Example below: three studies that all add to the efficacy of the product/brand.

Build up information step-by-step

If you have complex data to show, cut it into pieces and reveal more data step by step, making it easier to discuss. Example below: build up a graph in 3 steps

Example video

You can create interactive timelines, graphs, multiple-choice questionnaires, fold-out menus, and more. Read this article with more inspiring examples of multi-states.

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