Add Remote Control in Keynote on iPhone 6
Edited by Freya, priya, Eng, Anonymous
You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we're going to show you how you can allow a remote control on the Keynote application on iPhone 6.
To begin, let's unlock our phone by pressing the Lock button located on the right-hand side of the phone.
Alternatively, we can press the Home button beneath the screen.
Swipe and enter a passcode or use the the fingerprint scanner.
From the home screen, we need to find the Keynote icon, which is blue with a white podium on it.
Tap it once to open up the app.
As we can see, the application works horizontally, so let's turn the phone around.
Once we have the application open, we have the options to "Create New" presentation or open an existing one.
For this demonstration, we're going to open an empty existing presentation. Please refer to the video on this site on exactly how to create a presentation.
No matter which style of presentation we choose, we still have the same options in the upper right-hand side of the screen.
Go to the wrench icon, which is the second from the right.
Now, we are in the "Tools" page.
Press on "Presentation Tools".
Next, we want to go down to the last option, which is "Allow Remote Control".
That opens up the "Remote Settings" page.
Then to "Enable Remotes", we're going to press on the bubble on the right-hand side.
It turns green, which means it is enabled.
Next, we can press "Done" in the upper right-hand corner.
Then we can press on "Presentations" in the upper left-hand corner.
We are back in the Keynote application Home page.
Go to the iPhone symbol in the middle of the upper left-hand side.
The "Welcome to Keynote Remote" page opens up.
This is where we would sync our iPhone as a remote with the actual presentation, which should be on a Mac, iPad, or iPhone. If we have one of those with us, we can press on "Continue" at the bottom of the screen to synchronize those together.
As we can see, it is looking for another device.
In this demonstration, we don't have a Mac device, so we'll just press "Cancel".
If we decide to proceed and connect, then we will press "Done" in the upper right-hand corner of the screen.
Then, we can operate our presentation from our iPhone, iPad, or Mac.
Now, we are at the screen where we began.
This is a VisiHow video, and we've just shown you how to enable remote control on the Keynote application on the iPhone 6.
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Video: Add Remote Control in Keynote on iPhone 6
Recent edits by: Eng, priya, Freya