We use a remote slide advancer system called InternetClicker. It allows the presenter to control a PowerPoint laptop here in our studio, exactly in the same way a presenter on stage controls a laptop at the back of a conference room with a remote clicker.

By operating slides in this way, there are a number of benefits:

Using InternetClicker is easy. You can either use a mobile device to advance the slides or a browser window, where you can use laptop arrow keys (Chrome doesn’t allow this) to advance your slides. If on a computer web browser, we recommend Edge, IE or Safari in its own window – just drag the tab out to create its own window. Both ways allow you also to see a slide preview on the clicker itself, which is a direct feed from our presentation machine.

We will also send a low resolution slide feed into to the Zoom / Teams call itself, which you can pin to make it large and can be a handy way to see your slides while on the call itself.

How to use:

1. Click on the supplied link (or go to and enter the event code into the box).
2. Green arrow advances / red arrow moves back. Simple. Please only advance slides when your session is live.
3. To make the preview larger, click on the small preview window on the interface. On a computer, you may have to resize the window with your mouse to make the preview even larger. We usually click on the preview once and resize the window so it sits above the red and green arrows.
4. If on a mobile device, you can click on the small blue button at the top right of the interface to disable the screen lock.

If you have any specific questions, please contact us: [email protected]