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Storyline in Sway

Sway has a three pane interface. The leftmost area typically sports the All Cards pane, and that can be turned off by clicking the Close button on its top-left area. The rightmost area is reserved for the Preview pane. Right in between these two panes is Sway’s Storyline area. All Cards you create and edit within Sway live within the Storyline.

Learn about the Storyline in Sway.

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