Artboards in Photoshop can be used to restrict content to specific boundaries within a Photoshop file. When an Artboard is imported into Storyboard it becomes a screen in the resulting application, and layer content defined within the Artboard is applied to that screen. This feature can be used to reorganize several Photoshop files representing the screens of an application into one file that only needs to be imported once.

Unlike other Storyboard objects, there are no naming conventions required for Artboards. All Artboards are automatically imported as screens with the name provided.

Below is the layout for a new project after a PSD file with artboards has been imported into Storyboard.

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