7. Add one or more pages to your story.
A story page can be a blank canvas or a grid. Add a blank canvas to lay out tables and charts, or add a grid to
work with numbers and formulas on a sheet. Suggested data and data sets will display in the left panel when
adding a new canvas to a page. Select any of the suggestions to quickly create and view the most relevant
visualizations for your data.
You can also create a story by dragging a CSV or Excel file to the Home screen, or by selecting Add New Data
from the Data View menu and then selecting Import File. When you create a story in this way, the story includes
an embedded model that isn't visible on the Modeler page.
6.20.4 Story Pages
You can add multiple pages to your story to help you explore and present your data.
A story page can be a blank canvas or a grid. Use a blank canvas to lay out tables and charts, or use a grid to work
with numbers and formulas on a sheet.
On the page tab bar, you can select a page's drop-down menu to delete, rename, move, or hide that page.
To move a page, you can drag and drop the tab to the desired location, or from the drop-down menu, select Move
left or Move right to move the page one level in either direction.
Hiding a page makes it visible only to users that have edit rights and not visible in present mode. To hide a page,
from the page's drop-down menu, select Set as hidden. You can tell if a page has been set as hidden because its
name is struck-through. To make a hidden page visible, from the page's drop-down menu, select Set as visible.
6.20.5 Edit a Story
You can change the name or description of a story in the Edit Story dialog.
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