Page views

Each new file you create on Sketchnote—in your private space or a workspace—comes with views. You can add every single view to your file. Here's how they work.

Doc view

Create rich text documents in Sketchnote's sleek markdown editor. From Wikis to pitchdecks—find tools to work on anything at all in the Doc view. Add images, embeds, hyperlinks, tables, checklists and a lot more.

Whiteboard view

Jam with your team remotely, or in the same room with a fully-loaded Whiteboard. Add a Whiteboard view to any file at all and include embeds of lessons and files from within Sketchnote, external links as well as tools to visually chalk out flows, mindmaps, doodles and a lot more.

Embed view

Embed any external file into your Sketchnote one, and work without having to switch tabs. Add the Embed view to your file and punch in the URL you wish to work on and hit Add view. Currently supported embeds include:

  • Google Sheets

  • Google Docs

  • Google Slides

  • YouTube

  • Figma

  • Airtable

  • Miro

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