A tutorial video series to discover in less than 2 min the features of Presenter.
A quick tour of Presenter for first-time users.
Learn Markdown in a few minutes or refresh your knowledge with this guide designed for Presenter.
Your story-telling base. Focus on getting content down, Presenter will handle the design.
The default presentation you see when opening Presenter: a fun tutorial to get you started.
Great presentations are really great stories. It’s great stories that move people, not stock images, bullet points, or diagrams.
The interface of Presenter is in English but any Left to Right languages are supported for the presentation's content.
The first interface you see when opening the app, and where you write your content.
A 3-in-1 Inspector panel to help you format and design your presentation.
Preview, reorder, duplicate or delete your slides.
Text and Lists
Body text and lists are not visible by design. Here is why, and how to show them to your audience if needed.
Turn an existing Markdown text into a presentation in seconds.
Navigate the app more efficiently by learning the shortcuts available in Presenter.
Add your text and images, and Presenter picks the right layout for you.
Adding images to your presentations is as simple as a drag and drop.
How to add local videos and use the YouTube integrator tool.
Explore the variety of themes offered in the app and delve into the design principles that shaped each of them.
For those comfortable with coding, built a custom theme from scratch with HTML and CSS.
If coding is not your strong suit, use our Theme Builder to craft customized themes.
How to use the teleprompter: read your notes and get a preview of your slides.
Navigate Your Slides
Use either your mouse, keyboard, or remote controller and learn how to customize the navigation keys.
Use Presenter with third-party software such as Zoom, Loom, or Google Meet for an online Presentation.
How to use Presenter in a face-to-face situation with projectors or smart TVs.
Share your presentation to your audience as Markdown, PDF, HTML, PPTX or Images.
More than 50% of the requests we receive have their answer here. Please check it before reaching out.
Scroll through the history of Presenter, update by update, since the beta version.
A simple guide on how to quickly fix the most common issues.
If you find areas of our app where we could provide a more inclusive experience, we'd love to hear from you.