Boords Changelog

A record of new features, fixes, and improvements
Comment Summary Emails
Improvement

Tired of an inbox cluttered with Boords comment notification emails? Well, you’ll be happy to learn comments are now grouped together and periodically sent as one ‘summary’ email.

As a reminder, you can edit your email notifications for a given project on any storyboard, or turn them off all together in your notification settings.

 
Export Menu
Improvement

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We’ve added a new export menu, making it much easier to take your storyboards to the next level of production!

 
Camera Movements
New

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You can now add pre-defined Camera Movement indicators to your frames! In the Image Editor, quickly insert arrows to indicate Pan, Zoom, or Tilt movements.

 
Frame highlighting fix
Fix

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Recently, we noticed that it was a little difficult to see which frame a comment was associated with.

Now, when you click a comment in the sidebar, it’ll highlight the frame in the edit view.

 
Arabic & Hebrew character rendering
Fix

We’d had reports of a couple of issues with Arabic & Hebrew characters rendering incorrectly in PDF exports. Specifically, Arabic characters weren’t being joined correctly, and Hebrew characters were occassionally being rendered in the wrong order. Happily, both these issues are now resolved!

 
Access Unsplash from a blank storyboard
Improvement

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Now you can add photos directly from Unsplash into a blank storyboard. No need to open the Image Editor first!

 
Storyboard Zooming
New

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If you work on storyboards with lots of frames, you’ll be delighted to learn you can now control the size of the frames in your storyboards using our new Zoom feature!

 
Japanese character fix
Fix

We’ve fixed a bug which caused some PDFs containing Japanese characters to export incorrectly.

 
Increase 'Blank Frames' maximum
Improvement

You can now create a blank storyboard with up to 60 blank frames, as opposed to the original limit of 30.

 
Inline comment button
Improvement

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You can now add comments by clicking the new “Comment” button on a given storyboard frame.

 
Image Library
New

We’ve launched an image library! Before, you had to draw or upload your own images to make a storyboard. Now, thanks to our Iconfinder and Unsplash integrations, anyone can create high-quality storyboards using professional quality illustrations, icons, and photos.

Find out more on the blog

 
Email notifications for 'complete' comments
New

We’ve added a new email notification when a comment is marked as ‘complete’. These emails are sent using the same notification settings as the rest of your storyboard.

 
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