weframe is made for collaboration of groups. The best possible group work experience includes solid preparation as well as timely follow-up of the group session.
For this purpose, you can create, open and edit weframe Sessions with all contents on your laptop or PC. Your Session and all contents look exactly the same here as on the big weframe One 86''. For editing, you also have the same tools at your disposal – in a representation adapted to working on a PC:
This is how your Session is displayed in the desktop editing
Sessions have the same format on the desktop as on the big screen. In addition to the full view, however, you have the option of zooming in to a smaller section. The following elements give you an overview of your Session:
1. Name of the open Session
Here you can see which Session is opened at the moment. With a click in the Session name, you can also change the name or assign a new name.
2. Currently displayed Phase
You can navigate all eight phases of your Session as on weframe One 86’’. The currently displayed phase is shown in the bottom right corner of the screen.
3. Selection of Basic Tools
Two basic tools or basic states of your cursor are available. With these you can edit the individual elements or move the work area.
4. Zoom Level
This indicates the level at which the Session is displayed. You will also find options for setting the zoom level behind the double arrow symbol:
You can work in on details of your Session by zooming in (+) or zooming out (-) for overview. Zoom level can be also changed via the standard inputs of your PC, e.g. with the mouse or with gestures on a trackpad.
Please note: The percentage displayed depends on the resolution of the device on which you opened the session.
Two buttons are available as quick standard settings:
- With the button "fit to screen width" you can adjust the zoom level to the width of your screen.
- The button "full screen" sets the weframe desktop editing to full screen and the view of your Session to full overview.
Here you will be directed to helpful Knowledge Base articles that can help you with questions about desktop editing.
These are the most important tools
1. Menu Button
The menu button is the counterpart to the main menu on the large touch screen. It contains the most important tools for creating content. When you click on it, a number of options appear:
2. Selection Tool
With the selection tool you can activate, move or change content (such as notes or sheets). Besides the hand tool (see above), it is one of the two basic states of your cursor.
3. Hand Tool
Use the hand tool to move the image section of your session. Click and hold on the workspace and drag it in the desired direction.
4. Phase Change
You can navigate between the phases of your Session using the grabs on the left and right edge of the workspace. In desktop editing, they are simply clicked on.
You open the Tray by clicking on the gripper at the bottom of the workspace. The Tray opens – and you can place contents or drag them onto the workspace.
6. Close Session
When you have finished editing your Session, you can close it with the button in the upper left corner.