Presenter is composed of two main interfaces: the Editor, where you can create and edit your presentation, and the Presentation mode to display your work to your audience.
When the presentation is over, you can share your slides and Speaker Notes with your audience in various formats such as PDF, HTML, or PowerPoint.
The Editor in iA Presenter is the first interface you will see when opening the app. There, you will write, format, and organize your presentation. The Editor is comprised of 3 panels:
When opening Presenter for the first time, a default text will appear in the Editor. We called it Fast Love, an in-app tutorial that you can delete at any time to write your speech.
Remember that regular text paragraphs are not visible to your audience. This is by design. Body text is your script. Only you can see it, in the teleprompter when you present.
Format on the go with Markdown or with the Text Tab of the Inspector. The Inspector will help you design your slides as well by choosing a theme for this presentation. Finally, check the preview of your slides, in the Thumbnails panel on the left.
The main feature of the Presentation Mode is the teleprompter for you to check your notes with a preview of the slide your audience is looking at. Your audience can only see your slides, on a separate window.
You have three ways to enter Presentation Mode:
The Presentation Mode functionalities are minimalists, to not distract you from your speech. You can make the thumbnails big or small, and see a timer to know how long you have been talking for.
More about those functionalities here: Presentation Mode.
After the presentation, you can share the slides (and the notes) with your audience.
You have the choice between paper-first format such as PDF with various layouts (with notes, without, one or multiple slides per page…), or digital-first such as HTML and PowerPoint.
Discover all the sharing options in our Export section.
A tutorial video series to discover in less than 2 min the features of Presenter.
A quick tour of Presenter for first-time users.
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The default presentation you see when opening Presenter: a fun tutorial to get you started.
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The interface of Presenter is in English but any Left to Right languages are supported for the presentation's content.