There are simple ways to add a Frame to the board:
- Select Frame on the toolbar or press F on your keyboard and click anywhere on the board or drag the cursor.
- Drag and drop a Frame widget right on the board.
Adding a frame
And if you need to add an existing frame from another board - just copy and paste it like any other content! Ctrl+C/Ctrl+V will work as well.
Frames act like pages that group objects together. All the content inside the frame moves and is copied together with the frame. Accidentally deleted a frame? Have no worries, all the content will stay on the board.
Modifying a Frame
💡 You can get a direct link to any frame on the board. Share this link with your collaborators to draw their attention to the exact frame. Open the context menu and choose Copy link:
Copying link to a particular frame on the board
⚠️ Please note that those users will still have access to the whole board.
Grid in Frames
Working on a user story map, service blueprint, customer journey map etc., you want a quick way to organize objects and keep them organized after adding new ones. In cases like this grid in frames comes in extremely helpful.
To automatically snap content in the frame to a grid, enable the Grid option in the context menu. To switch back to the free-form layout, choose the Freeform option.
When you drop a new object into a frame, it is arranged along with the other objects in the grid. This is a real time-saver for those who often add new content to their boards and need to keep them in order. Resize the frame to change the position of objects in the grid.
Please note that links, comments and other frames cannot be snapped to a grid
Navigating between Frames
To quickly jump from one frame to another, reorder and modify them using the Frames Panel. Click Frames in the left-hand lower corner to access it:
Using the Frame Panel
Frames are of great help for showcasing your board. Add frames to structure the board content and switch on the presentation mode.
Click Presentation Mode to navigate smoothly between your frames on the board.
Activating the Presentation mode
Click Present to enter the Full-screen presentation mode. The frames will be shown like slides without board tools and frame titles. Use arrows to navigate between the slides.
Full-screen presentation mode
💡 Be sure to check the main article on board export.
Frames can be exported as a PDF document, JPEG image or CSV file - all options are available in the Export menu in the upper left-hand corner of the board.
✏️ You can export the whole board, choose a particular part or save single frames. If you need to export a single frame, select it, open the context menu and choose the needed export option. Please, take into account some browser restrictions.
Exporting a frame to a CSV file