Is it possible to group items?

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When layouting elements I soon have the need to group them, not only visually (like with frames), but also logically so that I can move them around together. It's already possible to selecte multiple items so is it also possible to store this selection somehow?
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Well, what do you know? Grouping has now been implemented! http://gsfn.us/t/2ypaz
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I'm trying to animate a group. Once I group items and click away, the zebra disappears, naturally. But when I click on one of the grouped items, the zebra doesn't come back. And, when I right-click to select "animate," the frame to which the item belongs comes into focus instead of the group. So, how do I animate the group?
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Is it possible to group items in the path? It would be a lot easier to change your path if it is possible to select multiple "sldies" within the path.
Does anyone know if this is possible?

thanks
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Hello All,

Multiple items of content can easily be grouped together in your prezi. This allows you to select objects regardless of their position within your prezi, which is particularly useful when you want to edit the position of content that is in different frames.

You can learn more about how to group content in our knowledge base, here:

- https://prezi.zendesk.com/entries/223...

Happy Zooming,
Georgina

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