(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 group boxes
- Select the boxes to group
- Group boxes:
- Keyboard: Ctrl / Cmd + G
- Arrange menu: Group
How to ungroup boxes
- Select the group
- Ungroup boxes:
- Keyboard : Ctrl / Cmd + U
- Arrange menu: Ungroup
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