You can create your own custom Section layouts in Flow.
You start by adding the first Row you want then continue adding more Rows.
This lesson outlines how to do add the first row, an H1 header.
You can create a custom Section by starting with the Add a Blank Row option under the blue + sign at the bottom of your Flow Page then adding more Rows to that Section.
This lesson outlines how to add more Rows to the intial Section.
Scenario question pages allow you to use Scenarios as either scored Test Questions or as non-scored Practice questions
Steps to add a pre-made Section to a Flow page.
There is a wide range of available Sections that can be used by following these steps. This example shows adding a Section with a Title and Subtitle.
Adding multiple Sections to a Flow page is a great way to create a longer, scrolling experience for your learners.
When designing content, you may change your mind. What happens when you have a two column layout but you want a three our four column design instead?
Speed up development time by using Baseline Projects as your own template library
Speed up development time by using Baseline Projects as your own template library for Sections or Layers
You can have Elements on any Page targeting multiple learning audiences or contexts