IPK Ideaflip 101 The Basics

IPK Ideaflip 101 The Basics

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welcome to this short tutorial on idea flip making use of the basics our objectives for today are an orientation of the canvas making use of the stationary bar creating and moving groups we hope you enjoy the tutorial with us when you open your canvas this is what you will see on the top left hand side is a logo that says idea flip if you double click on it it will open a menu dashboard is where you would access other boards you have created
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and there's a nifty how to use manual if you get stuck the other items on this menu are for a more advanced tutorial on using idea flip click back onto the canvas canvas with your mouse and you will return to the blank screen on the right hand side is a stationary bar it runs vertically down along your computer screen you can either use the downward arrow buttons at the bottom with your mouse click
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or upward arrows and for those of you that have a mouse wheel or a smart mouse or a trackpad you can scroll your mouse wheel up and down you can use your fingers on your trackpad to drag or you can yup that's what you can do let's have a look at how to move post-its onto the screen select the color of the poster that you'd like to use and click on it the moment you click on it it will be placed in the center of the screen
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this is quite handy if you want to make many posts stack up on top of each other in the center of the screen it's not so handy if there are 10 of you working on the system at the same time and you're all busy clicking different colors and you're trying to edit them whilst others are stacking them on top of your post-it that can be rather annoying an alternative way to move a post-it onto your screen is to go to the stationery bar click on the post that you'd like hold your click down on the mouse and
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drag the poster to the area on the canvas where you would like to work so click and hold down your click on the post that you choose in the stationary bar drag it to the screen and let go your mouse click and it will then appear this means that you can continue working without other people placing post-its on top of yours to edit or post it double-click on the post-it with your mouse and you can type into the text area
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what you would like your poster to be called if you would like to for example create a second blue post-it you can double click on the post it and there is a copy icon click on the copy icon it will superimpose your copied post it onto your original post it if you would like to delete it double-click and hit the bin it is deleted
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imagine now you would like to create a very large post-it idea flip allows you to resize them you would click down the control button on your keyboard for windows machines and for a mac machine click down the command button on your keyboard as you hold it down a hand appears the moment that hand appears click down your mouse and holding your click down drag your post it in and out you can even tilt it by swiveling your fingers around
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this is quite handy if you are planning to build a big board and you would like many post-its of the same size get your size right and once you know that's the size you want double-click and copy very easy to duplicate the size and not have to worry about some being larger than others now i imagine you'd like to have a few different colors of large post-its double-click again onto the particular item you'd like to change the color of and in the bottom of that window that
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opens there is a square with a color in it click on the square and you can adjust to a different color and click on ok and now you have got two different color large size post-its you may also find that you would like to group some post-its together and in grouping there are two different ways to do this when you hold down your mouse click it down and a new window of possible functions appears it's actually
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not a window it's a circle there are two spheres to it the upper sphere is a drawing free draw function and the lower one is a geometrical shape function so selecting now the top function i'll demonstrate for you you would keep your mouse clicked down move it into the top function keep your mouse clicked down and draw in free hand around your post-its it's a bit like a pen it's not as easy to do as a pen takes a bit of practice and you create a
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connection back at your starting point why would we want to do this grouping post-its that are positioned in very organic ways is quite useful if you would like to cluster them together and if you'd like to move them quickly to move this group you would click on the red border line and you would hold your mouse down and move it dragging it across the canvas and that's how you can move a organically hand drawn group
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to delete the group imagine you now want to remove these organic joins because they can be get a bit noisy visually to see a canvas that has many of these double click on to the borderline and delete i'm going to demonstrate now how to create a group using a geometrical shape again holding down your mouse click move your mouse to the lower section of that semicircle that opens up and click and drag your geometric shape
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around the area you would like to group once more to move as a group you would select the borderline and drag your group around if you'd like to give the group a title you can double click onto the group and you could add in a title there we go there may come a time where you wish for people to state their position on their preferred topic or perhaps preferred item that is
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posted on the post-it so in enabling your participants to do this we look back to the stationary bar and we scroll down the stationary bar to find the dots and the buttons you can add a dot again reshaping that by clicking either command and control with the hand icon appears click down your mouse and drag outwards to reshape you might want to add a tick you might want to add a thumbs down
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there are a number of different fun items that you can add onto your screen you may also want to create a connector between two different post-its the connectors are in the form of arrows some are straight some are curved click on the arrow you'd like to use holding your click down drag it across onto your canvas place the end of the arrow connector onto the posted board you'd like to connect with and the arrow head onto
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the other post that you'd like to connect the two items to this is very handy in that the connection remains provided both parts are touching the post-its even if you move your post-its around if you want to delete that connector double click on the arrow and select delete another way that you can delete items is double click on the item click the delete button if you'd like to delete an entire group you would
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select that borderline and on the right hand side keeping your mask clicked down as you select it drag it across to where you see the bin it is now gone you also may find that you're working on a very large canvas with many people and the benefit of idea flippers in working collaboratively real time and this may mean that there are different parts of the idea from set up as rooms
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or specific boards to work on or different steps to work through in this instance you may find that the board is quite small when you first land on it it might look a little bit like this in order to zoom into that board you would use your mouse button and you would either use your mouse wheel to pull back on the mouse wheel it zooms into the board and move forward on your mouse wheel it zooms
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out of the board an alternative way of using a trackpad is to put two fingers together and to zoom out of the board by rolling up and zoom into the board by rolling down you might discover that you are very zoomed into one particular part of the board and you have lost sight of another part of the board for example the yellow post-it that's over here and you might be wondering how do i get to that yellow post-it this is where the canvas viewer comes in
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handy this is this rectangular shape at the bottom of your screen on the left hand side it shows you the overarching size of the canvas and it shows you where you are currently magnified and this magnification shows that you can see these green post-its and the heart which is the section over here to quickly access the yellow post-it on the viewfinder i can double-click onto the yellow post-it and it will re-center
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my viewfinder to incorporate this image that's it for today i hope you've had a great tutorial and invite you to go and practice because practicing you will discover so much more of what the system can offer take care

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