Storyboards

1. You can make a storyboard using any collection or history‘s data. To access the storyboard function, go to the profile page of a user who owns a publicly viewable collection. Click the “Storyboard for [user name]” button on that user’s profile page. This will open the storyboard space for that user in a new window.

2. In the storyboard space, you will see a list on the left of all of the collections and histories to which that user is subscribed. Click and drag the collections and histories you would like to work with into the storyboard space.

3. In the storyboard space, you can arrange, connect, color, and annotate the nodes of a collection or history however you like using the storyboard menu on the left. You can also draw your own shapes in order to keep your storyboard organized, interesting, and effective. Click on the function you want to perform and follow the instructions that appear.

4. You can save your storyboard to your local machine by clicking Save in the storyboard menu. You can also load other existing storyboards from your local machine back into RoSE by clicking Load, and click Export Image to export your storyboard as a PNG file. Finally, you can print your storyboard by clicking the Print button in the storyboard menu.

To see examples of storyboards RoSE users have made, check out our storyboard gallery.

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