With Timblee, smart UX designers and project planners waste less time in later stages by designing and refining key user flows and the structure from day one of a project. 

Once you build user flows, switch to the project's sitemap view to organise the screens of the app or site into a logical structure.

In the sitemap, you can organise screens already identified in user flows for that project, which show up as orphan screens in the sitemap view, or add new screens.

Screens (or pages) share the same ID, comments, name and icon. Changes made to a screen sync across all user flows and sitemaps within a project. 

What's the benefit of linked screens?

Projects can go through dozens of iterations before the screens and user flows are finalized. Linked screens let you make updates fast and add context to your user flow diagrams and sitemaps.

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