If you no longer need access to a storyboard, you can archive it and have it removed from your Project Dashboard. Archiving a storyboard also means that anyone you've shared the shareable link with won't be able to access it anymore.
When a storyboard or project is archived, it'll remain in the Storyboard Archive and can be restored, if necessary.
☝️Note: The Storyboard Archive is only available on paid plans. If you archive a storyboard on a Free plan, it won't be possible to restore it at a later time.
Open the storyboard that you'd like to archive and click the three dots icon. From the dropdown menu, select Archive storyboard.
If you've accidentally archived a storyboard and would like to recover it, you can do this from within the Archive.
To access this, select Storyboard Archive from the dropdown menu in the top right-hand corner.
Here you'll see a list of all your archived storyboards and you'll be give the option to restore them.
You can also completely delete your storyboards from the database, if needed.