What are Storyboards?
Storyboards are dynamic documentation panels that allow programs to use photos and text to create custom communication. Storyboards can be used for many purposes, including newsletters and learning stories, and can be easily shared directly through the Kaymbu system! In addition to this article, you can also access our Storyboards webinar here.
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You can access Storyboards from most tablets or from the website my.kaymbu.com by going to Menu > Storyboards.
Please note that Storyboards are only available on devices that have a screen width of at least 768 pixels. If you have questions about this, please reach out to our team.
Programs can use Storyboards for many different purposes. Here are a few purposes for Storyboards:
- A Director will make a newsletter, which shares whole school information. Once done with the entire school portion, the Director will copy the Storyboard into each classroom account. At that time, the teacher adds in a few extra sections of classroom-specific information before sharing it with families!
- A Teacher might create a learning journey reflection on a particular unit of study. To showcase the work amongst colleagues, the teacher can copy the Storyboard into other classroom accounts
You can also find some additional examples below!
Storyboard features make creating Storyboards fun, easy, and completely customizable!
When creating the layout for your Storyboard, you can choose from different pre-formatted selection types. Selection types include options for text, photos, dates, or attachments.
Storyboards can be designed with different themes or backgrounds. To change the theme, select Selected Theme and scroll through the various background options!
You can organize your Storyboards in folders by selecting "Stored in Folder" at the bottom of your screen. If you'd like to create a new folder, simply click "Add New Folder" > type the folder name > Enter.