Archiving & deleting storyboards

How to archive or delete a storyboard when you no longer need it

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Written by Karen Mc Guinness
Updated over a week ago

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.  

Archiving a storyboard

On the Project Dashboard, find the storyboard you'd like to archive and click the three dots next to it. From the dropdown menu, select "Archive Storyboard".

You can also archive it from within the storyboard itself. Click the three dots above your storyboard and select "Archive Storyboard".

Recovering a 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. 

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