frames


Hi members! I am eager to learn more here but face some difficulties can you explain please:
is it possible to move a frame without having to reposition everything within the screen after it's been moved? And whether there is a way to copy the screen and all the text box components as one rather than having to move it all one piece at a time?


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@Heghine Lalayan Absolutely, the easiest way is to mark all objects, right-click (or click on the three dots in the toolbar), then choose Create frame.

There’s a really good video in this Help Center article:

https://help.miro.com/hc/en-us/articles/360018261813-Frames

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@Heghine Lalayan - If you haven’t done so already,  you may want to familiarize yourself with Miro following along with some of the free and quick Miro courses at the Miro Academy.

For  example, Getting started with Miro → https://academy.miro.com/learn/course/getting-started-with-miro

As for your questions:

is it possible to move a frame without having to reposition everything within the screen after it's been moved?

Yes. You can click-and-drag the frame by the title, which will move all objects in the frame too:

 

And whether there is a way to copy the screen and all the text box components as one rather than having to move it all one piece at a time?

You can select all unlocked objects by using the Ctrl/Cmd+A shortcut.

Thank you so much @Robert Johnson !

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