New in 9.3 - Presentation Mode and Single Page Mode

Presentation Mode

Present your note in full screen, without any toolbars and menus, on compatible devices through AirPlay or when connected through an HDMI cable.

Use Multi-Note to view a secondary note which stays hidden from the main note while presenting. If you’d like to share your secondary note with the audience, go to Mirror and then choose Left or Right.

Any actions that you perform in Notability (for example: using the Page Navigator, Magnifier, or viewing your library) will not be displayed to the audience on screen.

When your screen is being mirrored to another device or recorded, you will see the Laser Pointer option in the toolbar. Use your finger or Apple Pencil to select and move the Laser Pointer around to emphasize the note content without leaving any markings on your note. In version 9.3.3, four laser pointer colors have been added as well as an option to "Hold Laser Tail" to emphasize the content longer. 

Screen Recording

The Laser Pointer will appear in the tool bar when you start a screen recording. That way, you can use your iPad as a digital whiteboard to capture and share notes with others that don't have Notability.

Single Page Mode

With Single Page Mode, you can swipe through your notes horizontally, one page at a time.

To enable Single Page Mode: tap on the Options icon in the upper right side of the note, select View, and select Single Page. 

Single Page Mode works well with Presentation Mode, so pages feel like slides.

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