Interface - Slide editor
You can reach your sliders and slides from here. In the preview you can check out your slider in it's current state. With the device options you can see your slider on a smaller display, so you would be able to set it up more responsively. You can find the simple/expert switcher to see more options, the bell is for notifications, the arrows are for undoing/redoing your actions, and you can save or cancel your editing.
You can find here the settings of your slide, like it's background image, or how that image should fill up the slide, if it has different size from it.
Under the cog you can find some display options for the slide editor area, and the other icons are shortcuts for the layer settings.
These are the texts, images and other contents you can put down into your slides. You can access the list by pressing the green + icon, or use the shortcut icons:
This is a list of your layers, and the animation on them on a timeline. You can access this list by pressing the Layer list button in the bottom left side of your screen:
The other icon is the Play button, which would start your animations.
You can order your layers by drag 'n dropping them, and the higher layer will be on top of the lower layers.
This is how your slide looks like. You can put down your layers on it, move and resize them and access their settings through the Layer window.
This is where your layer's settings are. You can access this window, if you click on your layer:
There are four tabs, where you can access different settings:
Basic options, like the text of your heading layer, or the image of your image layer. Check out this in their specific settings.
Your layers can be moved in and out with layer animations.
This is where you can add parallax effect to your layer. You can rotate it, change it's responsive behaviour, etc. You can read more about the options in here.