Create and manage presentations

Learn how to create and manage mmhmm presentations using the presentations library. Presentations made in mmhmm are currently not compatible with mmhmm Studio.

Note: This page is about Studio. For information about mmhmm, read Create and manage presentations in mmhmm.

Presentations library

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Click Presentations in the top left-hand corner of mmhmm Studio to access all of your recorded presentations.

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Use the search bar to find any presentations you don’t see in the list. Click New Presentation in the upper right-hand corner of the window to create a new mmhmm presentation.

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Right-clicking on a presentation or clicking on the ellipsis ... on the right-hand side of the window opens up the following menu:

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Duplicate Make a copy of the presentation.
Save as Archive... Export the entire presentation to an editable archive file on your computer. You can share this archive to be opened and edited on another computer running mmhmm Studio.
Move to Trash Move your presentation to the trash. Any presentation older than 30 days will be automatically deleted from your computer. 

Rename your presentation

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When you open a new tab, mmhmm Studio will automatically save that presentation to your presentations library. To rename your presentation, start by double-clicking on the desired untitled tab. Type in your title and press the enter key on your keyboard to save it. Any time you open a presentation you’ve previously saved, it will open in a new tab. 

Tip: Your presentations are autosaved, so if your computer crashes or runs out of battery, mmhmm will let you pick up where you left off. 

Delete a presentation

Click Presentations in the top left-hand corner of mmhmm Studio to access all of your recorded presentations.

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Right click on a presentation or click the ellipsis on the right-hand side of the window, then click Move to Trash to delete the selected presentation.

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To permanently delete all presentations in the trash, first click on Trash on the upper left-hand side of the Presentation library.

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Then, click Empty Trash on the right-hand side of the window.

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Recover a deleted presentation

To recover a deleted presentation from the trash, click on Trash on the upper left-hand side of the Presentation library.

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Select your desired presentation and click Restore on the bottom right-hand side of the window to restore it.

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Import or export mmhmm archive files

Note: Importing and exporting mmhmm archive files is currently only possible in mmhmm Studio. 

mmhmm archive files allow you to save and export your mmhmm presentations so you can open and edit them on other computers running mmhmm Studio. You can also share mmhmm archives with others.

To import a mmhmm archive, click Import at the bottom left-hand side of the Presentation library and select Import mmhmm File. Here, you can also create a new mmhmm presentation from a Keynote, PowerPoint, or PDF file. 

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To export an existing mmhmm presentation as an archive file, follow the steps in Download or export your videos and share presentation files.

mmhmm presentation compatibility

Note: mmhmm Studio cannot directly access or open presentations that were originally created in at this time.

When you create presentations in mmhmm Studio, you have the option to open them in mmhmm. By doing so, a copy of the presentation is imported, giving you separate versions for mmhmm. This means that any changes or updates you make to a presentation in mmhmm Studio will not sync or reflect in the version opened in mmhmm.

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mmhmm will provide a notification when attempting to open Studio presentations in mmhmm, when creating new presentations in mmhmm, or if you have previously used mmhmm Studio.


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