A new SketchFlow document opens a start page by default. As you create more navigation screens, they will be opened, and can be selected here.
The artboard is your main screen or canvas; you will add various elements such as images, text and forms, and arrange them on the artboard. The artboard represents the authoring view of your application.
SketchFlow Map panel
The SketchFlow Map panel at the bottom of the screen is a graph editor that allows you to define the various screens in your application. The blue rectangle labeled Start is a node, and by default, represents the initial navigation screen. Hovering over any node expands a section allowing you to create new screens, connections, and components, as well as change the visual tag associated with these nodes.
The Tools panel
The Tools panel allows you to create and modify objects in your application. You create objects by selecting the tool and drawing on the artboard with your mouse (or a tablet, if connected). Tools with a white rectangle in the bottom right corner expand to display more tools when you click them.