View all available Screens by selecting Library from the main menu, and then selecting the Screens tab within the Library viewer.
A grid of Screens is displayed in the Library, with a preview image of the Screen along with its title, user-rating, and its creator’s profile picture. Add a Screen to your Favourites by tapping on the heart icon in the top-right corner of the item.
Sorting and Filtering Screens
Browse the screens by group, or content type. Sort them by date added, or alphabetically.
Viewing a Screen
View a Screen by tapping on its thumbnail. The Screen will be displayed on the screen.
Hiding the Sidebar
Drag the tab attached to the Screens sidebar to the right to hide it. To open the sidebar again, drag the tab to the left.
View the text description of the Screen from the its creator by selecting the button in the top left corner of the screen.
Labels remain fully interactive, so you can select one to read more about the selected structure. Selecting a Label will also reposition the model to the set-up used when that Label was added.
Show / Hide Labels
If the Screen contains Labels, choose to hide or show them using the Labels button in the top left corner of the screen.
Rotating the Model
The model remains interactive in each Screen, so you can rotate and zoom to fully explore the structures.
View the Screen’s rating and add your own rating by tapping the icon on the top left of the screen.
Exiting a Screen
Tap Exit in the top right corner to return to the Library. Alternatively, you can drag the Sidebar tab to the left edge of the Screen.
Create a Screen
Set your model to the position you’d like to save, and tap the green Save Screen button under the Main Menu.
The Screen save popover will appear. Type in a title and description for your Screen. Choose a group to share the Screen in. When you’re finished, hit Save and the screen will be added to your Library.
You can return to any of your created Screens to edit, share, or delete them. For more information about how to this, see the Library Options tutorial.