Library of Presentations
The presentations screen contains two list sections. The first is the list of your own presentations, and can be expanded indefinitely. The second is a list of provided famous presentations. The latter can be eliminated from this view by a switch in the Settings screen, if desired. Each presentation has three text fields, which can be used for anything you want to display. However, the first field is what will display on the opening screen, and will be the name of your selected presentation. You should make sure these names are distinct, to avoid writeovers when exporting files. Estimated time is displayed. Fields also display planned time, which you enter when editing, actual time, after a presentation, and optional autostart time. File (actually, script) modification date is also displayed. If Planned Duration has been set, and the speed lock has been set, a lock icon will appear immediately adjacent to the Planned Duration.
To the right of the times list is another list showing how many media files of each type are associated with the presentation. The numbers list actual files, not the number of file titles that show up in the Record/Playback popover, because a title has an actual file only if a recording has been made for that title. These numbers will also be listed in a "delete" confirmation alert, whenever you attempt to delete a presentation, so you will be reminded that these files will also be deleted when you delete the presentation.
Whichever presentation is selected in this list is what will be displayed in the prompter screen, and the title of which will display on the opening screen. A new presentation can be created by tapping the "+" button, which will automatically open the edit popover. Tapping the "edit" button will also reveal the delete enabler, which if tapped will show a "delete" button to delete the presentation. When in edit mode, tapping the "Detail" (chevron in a circle) will open the edit panel.
The Import and Export buttons allow files to be imported and exported, as described in the Import-Export section.
The Import function first gives you the option of importing old files, if available (now deprecated). Then, it will tell you how many files are available for import and give you the option to cancel or import them. Afterwards, it will tell you how many files were successfully imported (usually all).