Quick View is an extremely effective feature.

To activate Quick View, tap the checkmark in the Quick View box.
Quick View presents the available Conversations in the panel on the left, and the Pages of the current Conversation are shown on the right. Conversations and Pages can be instantly selected and combined with other messages.
Conversations that are checked will appear on the left panel of Quick View. You can decide how many to select for each session. Some users would benefit from a very few being checked in order to reduce confusion, while others would be able to communicate more completely by having access to more choices. Or, if the Participant is a female, you can select only the Convserations with the female voice.
Tapping the Go to Home Conversation button returns to the Conversation that is checked in the List in the Set as Home column. Tapping on the Go to Home Page button returns to the first Page of the Current Conversation.

The current Conversation and current Page are indicated with a white tabbed background. Conversations and Pages can be viewed by either swiping up and down or by tapping on the gold arrow down button at the bottom of the columns. The down arrow will only be visible when it is needed to view more than the four icons that can be seen without scrolling.
When Quick View is turned off, the left and right panels are replaced by left and right arrows.

The left and right arrow feature progresses from one Page to another, in sequence. This is ideal for presenting a story, a social script, or some content that benefits from being displayed in sequence.





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Children with special needs can communicate, learn from social scripts, build reading skills, listen to music, and much more...
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