All projects are compatible with any mobile or desktop device –even iPhone– and there is no need to make any adjustment. The player simply detects the type of device and adapts content to it. However, there are certain restrictions by the different devices and browsers in the market. Un such cases, you may want to Link projects instead of give up on a certain functionality in all the devices.
When creating a new project, the default type is the Multidevice which doesn't need of linked projects and it's supported by desktop and mobile devices. When working in any type of project, the options in the editor change according to the supported features by the browsers. Nevertheless, when needed, you can create one version for desktop and another one for mobile devices. It should be pointed out that when a project hasn't been published as a Multidevice type and neither has been linked to another project, there's a message of error displaying when the project's opened on the wrong device. For example, the following image shows a project for Mobile devices with no desktop project link to it, opened in a desktop. If there was a desktop project, this would have launched immediately.
How to set a project's type
Before linking any projects, it is necessary to first create them, therefore, the first step to follow is select the type of the projects. The option Select Device is available when creating a new project. It also can be modified in the Project Settings in Settings and Linked project properties.
How to link projects
To link two projects you need to open the Project Settings pop-up and in Linked project, select the Linked Project checkbox. Next, a drop-down list of all of the user or team projects comes available. Pick up from the list the project you want to associate with the one you're editing. Save the new settings and save the project. There's no need to modify the associated project besides assign it the proper Type. In order to make available the association between devices and projects, you need to publish both projects.