(Legacy) Group activities in Skore

(Legacy) Group activities in Skore

What is it

You can group activities so that users can see that some activities need to be understood in some contexts.

Example: the upper flow only applies to large projects



How to...

How to group boxes

  1. Select the boxes to group
  2. Group boxes:
    • Keyboard: Ctrl / Cmd + G
    • Arrange menu: Group

How to ungroup boxes

  1. Select the group
  2. Ungroup boxes:
    • Keyboard : Ctrl / Cmd + U
    • Arrange menu: Ungroup

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