Use the flip card smart object
  • 13 Mar 2023
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Use the flip card smart object

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Article summary

The Flip card smart object contains unique information on its front and back.

Add a smart object to the canvas

Smart objects are located in the Explore menu.

  1. In the toolbar, select Explore.
  2. Scroll or search to find the object you want.
  3. Drag and drop the object onto the canvas, or select it once to add it in the center.
Tip
On your keyboard, enter / and type the name of any object to find it faster.

Hide flip card content from others

Sometimes, you may want to hide the content of flip cards from others. Perhaps you're playing a guessing game or team trivia.

  1. Select a flip card.
  2. In the contextual menu, select image Blur and unblur for others. When the flip card is blurred for others, a banner appears at the top of the flip card.
Note: blurred flip cards aren't private

Anyone can unblur a flip card. Information in blurred flip cards isn't private.

Use flip cards in a deck

Drag and drop flip cards on top of each other to form a deck.

Once you've created a deck, it shows the total number of cards in the top left. If you blur or unblur a deck, all flip cards within the deck are affected.

To shuffle the deck:

  1. Select the deck.
  2. In the contextual menu, select imageShuffle.

To deal the deck:

  1. Select the deck.
  2. In the contextual menu, select image Expand stack.

Try smart objects yourself!
Use our interactive template to learn about smart objects for team activities.

Try template!


Use cases for the flip card

The flip card is great for games, icebreakers, and other fun activities with your team.

Use the flip card to create and play memory, Jeopardy, trivia, or other games with your team. To get started quickly with a game, browse Freehand's icebreaker kit.

The possibilities go beyond fun and games, though. Perhaps you're requesting review of a wireframe, product roadmap, or client deliverable. Use the flip card to provide a cleaner canvas, such as only putting a feature name, two choices, or the required client decision on one side. On the reverse, provide additional detail and explanation; whoever reviews can view the detailed information when they choose to.


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