The first time you run Launch Center Pro you'll have the option to view a video explaining what features are included and how to use them.
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After the tutorial you'll find a grid of icons populated with example actions and groups. You can delete or edit any of them by tapping on the edit button in the top-right corner of the screen.
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One of the example groups demonstrates how you can incorporate actions with apps that support URL schemes. If any of these apps aren't installed on your device and you select one, the App Store will launch providing you with more information about the app.
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Editting your actions
When in edit mode you can move, add, or delete an action with just a tap.
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The Action Composer automates most of the process for you. Here you can see the ability to enter a name for the action, along with the option to customize the icon or schedule it to run at a specific time.
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Some actions require you to input extra information, either when you first set it up or when it runs. If you're unsure of what the required information is, just tap on the question mark icon.
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Using your Dropbox account Launch Center Pro will backup your entire setup. Should you want to switch back and forth between sets, or change devices and not want to recreate your entire setup, you can restore it in just a few taps.