Tell stories to share your data insights with an audience.
Click Storytelling under the Narrate tab in the navigation bar to create or open a story.
Right-click on a visualization in a sheet to take a snapshot. The snapshot is saved to your snapshot library, which you can access from the sheet view or the storytelling view. You have to be in view mode to take a snapshot.
For information on adding a snapshot to a slide, see Adding a snapshot to a slide.
Creating new stories
Click Stories and then click Create new story.
Using storytelling tools
Click a tool in the storytelling toolbar to add snapshots and effects to the slides in your story.
|Snapshot library with all your taken snapshots.|
|Text objects with different text styles.|
|Shapes library with a variety of shapes.|
|Effects library with a set of visual effects to apply to your snapshots.|
|Media objects with different types of media (such as images).|
|Sheet library with sheets in the app, which can be inserted as live data sheets in your story.|
|Lock the snapshot.|
Edit the snapshot.
Replace the snapshot.
For more information, see Replacing a snapshot on a slide.
See: Presenting stories
Touch gestures in storytelling view
The table describes the touch gestures that are used for navigating in storytelling view.
|Tap||Highlight a data point in a snapshot by applying an effect.|
|Double-tap||Edit a text object or an image.|
|Long-touch and release||Open the shortcut menu.|
|Long-touch and drag||
Move a slide to a new location in the timeline.
Move an item on a slide.
Scroll the list in the snapshot library.
Go to the next or previous slide when playing a story.