Toggling many items to include in compile at once

My question about compiling is for the iOS version.

On the PC and Mac version of Scrivener, you can select what items in the draft folder to compile, such as chapters, and doing so saves those settings. So say I choose to omit every chapter but chapter 3 on PC, save those settings and compile it. If I forget to re-check all the chapters I deselected and I go to compile in iOS, it will only compile chapter 3 and I’ll have to go back into windows and select them all again. So far I haven’t been able to locate any menu that allows me to select what to compile.

So my question is how do you select what to compile in iOS? If there isn’t an option to do this, I think it would be a very good addition to the program.

I’d like to echo this. I too would like to be able to reliably choose which documents/texts go into a final compile. I’ve tried ticking/unticking the ‘include in compile’ checkbox but it doesn’t seem to make any difference; the compile operation still compiles every document within that project’s draft folder. The only way I’ve been able to get control is by having different projects which is obviously not ideal. I often write for export to FFN and occasionally AO3 and need to be able to choose just the texts for a single chapter within a story.

ETA: actually, it does work. You need to check/uncheck the ‘include in compile’ checkbox in the properties for each text and be sure to hit ‘done’ when finished (I think this is where I failed). However, if you’ve just imported a lot of text and need granular control, I think this is rather clumsy and it’s certainly time consuming. The OS X version is more elegant; is there any way such a screen could be implemented?