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Your slide’s content is analyzed to determine the optimal layout. Simply include your text and images, and Presenter will automatically select the appropriate layout for you.

Layouts are responsive. They adapt to screen size. So, no more pinching on the phone, no more pixel-pushing because you’re presenting on a different monitor. In Presenter, the layout adapts to wide screens, different overhead projector ratios, Zoom windows, tablets, phones… no more static templates!

To decide on the layout, Presenter uses:

Available Layouts

To add a new slide and select its layout, simply utilize the layout picker by clicking the + button on the left side of the toolbar.

With 15 distinct layouts to choose from –including options like headings, subheadings, split layouts, grid arrangements, background image styles, and more– you can customize your slide according to your preferences.

💡 You need a line break in between each element. If you leave out the line break, two elements will share the same cell. See below the example with a Title and an Image:

An unconventional approach: multiple elements in a single cell. Here, both the Title and the Image are placed within the same cell, resulting in their coexistence within the same space. This is not the typical way of creating a layout in Presenter, unless you intend to achieve this particular result.

The recommended approach: one element per cell. The standard practice is to assign each element to separate cells. By doing so, Presenter will distribute the available space on the slide to accommodate both elements. This method ensures a balanced and visually pleasing composition.

However, like any rule, there are exceptions. In some cases, two elements sharing the same cell can create a visually appealing layout, depending on your content.

An unconventional approach, but occasionally effective. Sometimes, having two or more elements sharing the same space can result in a visually pleasing layout. For example, combining a Title and Subtitle in the same area can produce an appealing rendering.

The recommended approach: not suitable in this case. Here, the conventional method of one element per slide may not yield the best result. Instead, it would be better to keep the Title and Subtitle together or on two separate slides.


Our diverse range of titles helps you structure your presentations at various levels effortlessly.


Putting a lot of text on a slide and reading it out to the audience is the #1 presentation killer. We consider this a bad habit that should be forgotten. This distracts your audience, they read the slides instead of engaging with your story.

Nevertheless, if you really need to display body text, you can achieve this by starting your paragraph with a tab . This indentation will change your body text from being part of your Speaker Notes (and so, visible only to you) to text on your slides.


When you add a line break between two elements they will be separated, displayed vertically, side by side. This can be useful for presenting two images, or comparing two samples of text, among other possibilities.

If you want to arrange elements horizontally, such as having a title on the top and an image below it, do not use line breaks. Instead, keep both elements in one cell.


When there are more than three elements on a slide, they will be arranged in a grid layout. This lets you combine various elements such as text, images, and titles on the slide, all displayed together.

By reordering your elements in the Editor, you can choose their placement and order in the grid. The element’s size will be adjusted accordingly to the grid, which can be a bit tricky with pictures sometimes. If the rendering is not optimal, don’t hesitate to play with the Images options such as cover/contain.


To display captions, use a combination of an H4 heading and an image. The positioning of the caption depends on the order in which you place those elements. No matter the order you choose, the size of the caption stays the same.

Image Background

You can enhance your presentation cover or regular slides by adding a background image behind titles or text.

If the color palette of the chosen image makes it difficult to read the text on top of it, you can make adjustments by applying filters or adjusting the image’s opacity. More about those options here: Images.



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.

Custom Themes

You can change the style of a presentation at different levels.