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Layering elements

When there are a lot of elements in your design, the best way to organize them is by arranging its layering.

To arrange the layering of elements in your design:

  1. Select the element you’d like to move.
  2. Click on the Arrange button found in the toolbar just above the editor.
  3. Choose between the options of Forward and Back to move the element up or down a layer respectively.
  4. Click on the option again until you successfully bring your element to the layer you’d like.
  5. Alternatively, you can use Command/Control + ] keys to move an element forward or Command/Control + [ to move an element back.
  6. Click anywhere on the editor to continue working on your design.

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