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Use Layers to toggle between specific groupings of notes.
What are Layers and how do I use them?
Learn how to organize all of your notes into multiple Layers, merge Layers, and more!
How to Share Layers with Export
Start collaborating with your production better than ever! Send and receive individual Layers between Scriptation users.
How to Show/Hide Layers
Show/Hide Layers allows you to view multiple Layers at once. Start by tapping the Layers icon. From the Layers window, tapping the ... will present a variety of Layer options. If
How to Merge Layers
How to combine notes from separate Layers into one Layer. Start by tapping the Layers icon. From the Layers window, tapping ... will present a variety of Layer options.
What is Layer Optimization?
What does Optimize Layers mean?
Can I transfer multiple Layers at a time?
Is it possible to transfer all of my layers at once? Yes! Multi-Layer Transfer is an Industry Pro feature which allows you to transfer some or ALL of your layers at once. As part of Note Transfer, users that have multiple layers of annotations will automatically be taken to the Layer Selection screen. From this window, you can tap the checkboxes of the layer(s) you'd like to
Can I send a Layer as a PDF?
Is it possible to export the annotations on a single Layer as a PDF? Yes! But keep in mind, this solution is more of a Scriptation "hack," than a feature. We're currently working on a way to do this with just the tap of a button, so keep an eye out for future app updates! :) ** Start by Exporting the current layer, and sharing it with yourself. You can share your Layer file via email, Airdrop, or any messaging app you can attach a file to.
How to Import Layers
Did you just receive a Layer? It's easy to get started and import the file. Layers is one of Scriptation's most popular features because it allows users to organize their notes into separate displays that can be toggled on and off. Importing on iPad / iPhone When you receive a Layer file, tap the attached .slf file. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/60818aeea8717000/1email2_1dbc4
How do I change my default Layer name?
How do I customize my default Layer name? Anytime a file is opened in Scriptation, a base Layer is created on which you can annotate. The default name for this Layer is Device Name's Layer. However the Device Name is often generic, and once you start collaborating with teammates (perhaps through Live Layers or Export) you definitely want Layer names to be as descriptive as possible.
How do I export / share my script with just one layer?
I want to send my script with one layer to a collaborator. How can I do it? For collaborators who use Scriptation (Shares notes on Native Pages only) If the recipient is also working off of the same script file as you, you can Export the Layer as a Scripation Layer File (.slf). Then the recipient can easily Import the Layer into their own script, and can view your notes alongside the
How do I rename a Layer?
How do I rename a Layer? Layers is one of Scriptation's most popular features, and allows users to work in three dimensions, easily toggling between notes seperated by meetings, department, and more. Once created, Layers can easily be renamed to help stay organized within your own script, or provide details to collaborators when sharing with them through Live Layers or [Export](/en/a
How do I add a new Layer?
How do I create an additional Layer? Scriptation’s Layers makes it easy to toggle between sets of notes. Start by tapping the Layers icon. From the Layers window, tapping ... will present a variety of Layer options. Tap **New Laye
I have a Lost Layer. What do I do?
I have a Lost Layer. What do I do? A Lost Layer appears when an annotation exists on your document that is somehow unassigned to a specific layer. This happens pretty rarely, and is actually a safety precaution to ensure that annotations are saved in the event of a technical issue. To see which annotations are contained in