Starting today, you can easily roll back changes to your storyboard with our new Undo feature! Before, deleting frames from your storyboard meant they were gone forever. Now, you can undo & redo to your heart’s content, safe in the knowledge your changes are reversible.
This feature doesn’t just apply to deleting frames - oh, no. You can also roll back changes to text, ordering, frame grouping, and more. Your storyboarding workflow will be smoother than ever.
Open up any of your storyboards to see undo & redo in action. You’ll find the icons in your storyboard edit toolbar. Naturally, there are keyboard shortcuts, too; use
command-z to undo, and
command-shift-z to redo.
Storyboards are just one part of the pre-production process, and every team uses different software tools to get their work done. That’s why we’re excited to announce the launch of the Boords Zapier integration! Use it to connect your storyboards to the 1,000+ apps on Zapier and become a pre-production maestro.
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.
We’ve added a new export menu, making it much easier to take your storyboards to the next level of production!
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.
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.
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!
Now you can add photos directly from Unsplash into a blank storyboard. No need to open the Image Editor first!
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!
We’ve fixed a bug which caused some PDFs containing Japanese characters to export incorrectly.
You can now create a blank storyboard with up to 60 blank frames, as opposed to the original limit of 30.