Working on an infinite whiteboard canvas, it's hard to resist the temptation to fill it with infinite content. But having strategic thinking is crucial when arranging board content. We've outlined 3 ways to show relations between objects on a board.
Lines and arrows from the Shapes menu allow you to link objects on the board. This is helpful when building diagrams or creating mind maps.
To create a link, select the line or arrow from the Shapes tool and select an object by clicking on it, then drag the link to another object to create a structure.
You can also group the shapes together and make a Custom template out of them. To do that, open the context menu and choose Save as template this time.
You can group multiple objects together by selecting them and clicking the Group button (or using Ctrl+G). After that, they will behave as a single object (although you can still edit each object within the group):
Group option in the object menu.
All objects on a board can be separated into groups using the Frames feature. To make this happen, select the Frames tool on the main toolbar and drag the cursor across the board to set the size of the frame.
You can also create a frame out of the existing objects. Simply group them by holding down Shift and dragging the cursor across, then open the context menu and choose Create frame.
Frames allow you to structure it and manage the big picture easier. When you share a board, it's much easier for your collaborators to find the necessary content. Structuring the content will also be helpful for when you want to export the board: every frame can be considered a separate image or a page in a PDF-document - or a slide in a presentation.