Creating and Managing Boards

Modified on Thu, 4 Jan at 7:47 AM

Boards in the Studio are a feature for organizing and managing images generated by users. They offer a structured way to categorize and access these images efficiently. This article guides you through creating, renaming, and utilizing boards within our platform.

Creating New Boards

To create a new board, follow these steps:

  1. In the Studio, look for the '+' icon at the top of the Boards section in the Gallery, next to the “Uncategorized” board for miscellaneous generations.
  2. Click on the '+' icon. A new board will be created.
  3. You may be prompted to name the new board immediately. If not, it can be named later by following the renaming process.

Renaming Boards

To rename an existing board:

  1. Double-click on the title of the board you wish to rename. This will make the title editable.
  2. Type in the new name for your board then click outside the title area to save the new name.

Image Organization and Auto-Generation

When you generate images in the Studio:

  1. Images are automatically added to the board that was selected at the time of image generation.
  2. You can select a different board before invoking an image to ensure it goes to the correct category.
  3. You can delete and manage boards by right clicking on the board, and choosing to delete the image.
  4. You can also multi-select images within a board, and right-click to download the images in bulk.

Access and Visibility

  • Boards are specific to the Studio and cannot be managed directly from the project interface.
  • Only users with access to a particular project can see the images in the project’s boards, ensuring privacy and security.
  • All boards are visible to Project members.

Best Practices for Using Boards

  • Regularly review and organize your boards to keep them relevant and efficient.

  • Use clear and descriptive names for boards to easily identify their contents.

  • Consider creating separate boards for different phases of a project or different types of images.

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