The cut/copy/paste function offers the following features:
Users can copy components within the same screen
Users can copy components and paste them to a different screen within an app
To cut, copy, and paste components you’ll need to:
Duplicate and paste a component – using Studio
Duplicate and paste a component – using keyboard shortcuts
Step 1 – Duplicate and paste a component – using Studio
Open the screen in your app where you have a component that you wish to copy.
Hover over the component and click on the “duplicate” icon at the top of the component.
Choose whether you would like to “Duplicate here” to create a copy of the component just below the one that already exists, or “Duplicate to another screen” to copy it to another screen in your app.
If you select “Duplicate to another screen”, choose the screen you wish to duplicate to from the dropdown and click the blue “Duplicate” button.
If the component was copied correctly, it will appear at the bottom of the screen you copied it to.
Step 2 – Duplicate and paste a component – using keyboard shortcuts
- It is also possible to copy components by clicking on the component to select it and copying it using keyboard shortcuts (Command + C on Mac, Control + C for Windows).
- Then paste it anywhere on the same screen or a different screen using the paste shortcut (Command + V on Mac, Control + V on Windows).
Note: If you want to copy everything inside a container, copy the top “container” component using the “duplicate” icon.