There may be circumstances when you do not want to present all cells to your end user.
In those instances, hide the cell. In a classroom or clinical setting your examples would be many, but we will stick with the food theme that we used in our ‘Universal No’ example.
In today’s example, we don’t want to show Desert.
First, get into edit mode.
Now select the Desert cell.
Then select <Edit Cell – ‘desserts’>
At the bottom left of the Editing Box, select <Advanced Properties>
Look at the top right, in the ‘Cell Touch Options’ section. Tap <Hide from User>
This is what is looks like in Author Mode.
This is what it looks like in User Mode.
Need Use case examples: When would you use hiding cells in the class room, with a patient or client. Share your ideas in the comments section.