Page navigation options within myViewBoard Whiteboard allow users to navigate between existing canvas pages conveniently.
Add a page
To add a page, press .
Alternatively, use the shortcut:
To go to the next page on the canvas, press . To go to the previous page, press .
WINDOWS ONLY: Alternatively, use the right arrow key
→ to go to the next page or left arrow key
← to go to the previous page.
A page management menu is accessible by pressing in the floating toolbar.
Within the menu, the following options are available:
|Press to delete the page you are currently viewing.
|Press to duplicate the page you are currently viewing.
|Press to add a new page after the page you are currently viewing.
|Press to open an overview of all created pages. This option only appears after more than 4 pages have been created.
In the overview, have the option to take actions on multiple pages at once.
|Pin page menu
|When pinned, the menu won't close automatically when performing other actions and switching between Present and Prepare modes, ensuring easy access and uninterrupted navigation. You can also freely move the menu around the canvas, all without the need to reopen it again.
Within the pages management menu or the pages overview, have the option to reorder pages. Here's how:
- Open the page management menu.
- Press-hold on the page you want to reorder.
- Drag the page to the position you want to move it to. The page you drag to will be the position the reordered page takes.
Within pages overview, you also have the option to take actions on multiple pages at once. Simply check the box for the pages you want affected, and press to delete. Windows users also have the option to reorder multiple pages at once.
The user selects two pages, rearranging them from the 5th and last positions to the 3rd and 4th positions in the page overview. They then pin the management menu on the canvas and perform multiple actions while keeping the menu open and moving it around. (Note: This feature is exclusive to Windows users.)
EDIT PAGE TITLE (WINDOWS ONLY)
In addition to rearranging pages, you can also give a title to any page. Do so by opening the page management menu and pressing the page number label.