In Vani, there's more than one way to move around the Space. You can easily find the ideas you and your teammates are working on without getting lost in the infinite canvas.
From marking locations and ideas with pins to moving around the Space quickly with a Minimap to using the Hand tool to switch views and finding different objects on a Zone, you can choose your convenient way to navigate a Space quickly.
If you are using a Mac, you can use the regular 'infinite scroll' option to navigate the Space. In Windows, right-click and hold to navigate using the Hand tool.
You can switch on the Hand tool by
You can also temporarily access the Hand tool by long-pressing the spacebar by or right-clicking.
The Minimap shows you the entire layout of any Space. The Minimap shows you an outline of all the Frames and shapes on the Canvas.
The Minimap can come in handy when the ideas are spread across widely on the infinite canvas, and you find yourself in a blank spot. You can drag the selection inside the Minimap and navigate to any part of the Space quickly.
You can also navigate along with a teammate's cursor. This is especially useful when they are giving a presentation. You can either follow their cursor manually or choose the Navigate with option next to their names in the All Spacemates pane. If you are in a Catchup, hover over your teammate's video tile and click the Navigate with option.
Learn more about Live Cursors here.
Zooming in and out
Use the + and - buttons on the Navigation bar.
Use the shortcuts combinations, Ctrl++ and Ctrl+- for Windows or Cmd++ and Cmd+- for Mac.
Use pinch to zoom in or out on your laptop's touchpad.
Click the Full screen icon on the navigation toolbar to expand the Space to full screen.
Bring all your focus to your work by pushing all the other menus out of the screen. Click the Zen mode icon to hide all the UI elements from the screen. You can access these menus by hovering over the spot where they usually are. Click the Zen mode icon again to switch it off.