To make sticky notes truly your own, you can quickly make various changes using the formatting toolbar and context menu. Here, you can change the color, change the font, and even lock your sticky notes to preserve them.

Note: You can hold Control (Windows) or Command (Mac) and click to select multiple sticky notes. Or, hold Shift + click + drag to highlight a selection. Then, use the formatting or context menu to take action for all selected sticky notes.

When you add or click to select a sticky note, the formatting menu automatically pops up:

Here’s a breakdown of what you’ll find in a sticky note’s formatting menu:

A. Move

Click and drag to move the sticky note around the canvas.

B. Lock

Lock the sticky note to prevent unwanted edits. You can choose to allow other collaborators to unlock it or only allow facilitators to unlock it.

C. Zoom to

Immediately zoom to an up-close view of the sticky note for easy editing.

D. Switch to sketch

Toggles between drawing mode and text mode.

Note: You’ll lose existing tags from the sticky note if you switch from text to sketch.

E. Font size.

A- makes the sticky note text smaller. A+ makes the sticky note text larger.

F. Font format

Change the typeface, bold text, and more.

G. Font alignment

Align your text left, center, or right inside the sticky note.

H. Border

Click to add or remove a border from the sticky note.

I. Sticky color

Set a custom color or change the opacity of the sticky note.

J. Manage tags

Create, add, or remove tags from the sticky note for easy sorting and management.

K. Add a hyperlink

Add a link to the sticky note that, when clicked, takes collaborators to another page.

L. Switch object types

Change between a sticky note and a shape.

M. Resize

Choose between Default size, Resize to biggest, or Resize to smallest.

When you right-click on a sticky note (or Control + click on a Mac), you'll see the context menu. This menu lets you see who created the sticky note, add a comment, lock the sticky note, and more.

Here’s a breakdown of what you’ll find in a sticky note’s context menu.

a. Show info (sticky creator, last modified by).

b. Copy link to object.

c. Add comment.

d. Bring to front/send to back.

e. Duplicate.

f. Lock (can allow other collaborators to unlock or restrict to facilitators).

g. Add to outline (only available to facilitators).

h. Save to content library.

i. Download.

j. Edit.

k. Copy sticky note style.

l. Copy as text.

m. Integration actions.

n. Download CSV.

o. Delete.

A. Show info

See who created the sticky note and who last modified it.

B. Copy link to object

Get a hyperlink that leads directly to the sticky note.

C. Add comment

Add a comment to the sticky note. You can tag other collaborators directly to get your questions answered.

D. Bring to front/send to back

Arrange behind or in front of other objects on the canvas.

E. Duplicate

Immediately create a copy of the sticky note.

F. Lock

Lock the sticky note to prevent unwanted edits. You can choose to allow other collaborators to unlock it or only allow facilitators to unlock it.

G. Add to outline

Add a bookmark of this sticky note to the mural outline.

H. Save to content library

Store this sticky note in your content library for easy access later if you want to reuse it.

I. Download

Opens the download menu where you can choose a file format and what content to download from your mural.

J. Edit

Opens edit mode for the sticky note, letting you change text or update a sketch.

K. Copy sticky note style

Copy the formatting of the sticky note to paste to others. Once a style is copied, you'll see a Paste sticky note style option when right-clicking on another sticky note.

L. Copy as text

Copies the text from your sticky note, letting you paste it elsewhere or on another sticky note.

M. Integration actions

Depending on which integrations you have enabled, you'll see various options for those here.

N. Download CSV

Downloads a CSV of your mural content to your downloads folder.

O. Delete

Removes the sticky note from your canvas.

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