In the library dashboard you can organize your scores you creataed, imported, shared and discovered on Flat.
Easily create your sheet music and tablature online from your Flat's library: click on New Score or Tab button available in all your collections, then choose a title and the instruments.
Create scores and tablatures from your Flat's library with ease. For this, click on New Score or Tab, then pick a title and the instruments.
Learn more about creating a score/TA on Flat in our dedicated tutorial.
You can upload your scores or tabs in the supported formats. We suggest using .mxl or .midi. To do so, click on "import score or tab" , and choose the file(s) you want to import.
On smaller screens, the icon will be available on the top right corner.
In your library, collections works like a set of scores. These scores can be the content that you created by yourself, content you uploaded to Flat, creations that you discovered on our platform or that have been shared with you.
To create a collection, click on New collection, and enter a name for your collection. Then, you can drag and drop your scores between collections, choose Move to/Add to a collection next to a score to move a score to another collection or add it to multiple collections.
Use the collections in your library to organize your scores (the ones you created, uploaded, or the ones shared with you).
To create a collection, click on "New collection" and name the collection.
Afterward, you can easily put your scores in a collection by dragging and dropping them. If you prefer, you can also click on the 3 dots icon next to the score and choose "Move to" or "Add to a collection".
To remove a score from a collection, go to the collection, click on the 3 dots icon next to the score and choose:
If you want to add a public score that you discovered to a collection of yours, choose "Add to a collection" from our public viewer:
For now collections are private and it is not possible to share them. We will add the option to publish and share them in the future. Stay tuned!
To delete a collection(s) or a score(s), go to your library, click on the 3 dots icon next to the collection(s) or the score(s) and choose delete. By the way, when you delete a collection, all the scores within the collection will be automatically moved to your main library.
You also drag and drop scores to your trash.
Your trash contains all the deleted scores and collections, up to 1 year after their deletion. You can easily recover any of your deleted work from there. If you are a free user, you will only have access to the scores deleted in the last 24h. To recover older content, you need a Flat Power or Flat for education account.
To share a score with someone, click on sharing information, or choose Share from the actions list. From there, you can quickly see how the score is currently shared, and adjust the sharing settings.
The scores shared with you are automatically added to your Shared with me collection. Like any of your scores, you can move them to another collection at your convenience. If you want to leave a score that was shared with you, delete it from your library.
You can find below the list of keyboard shortcuts you can use on the Library page:
|Select next resource||⇣ or J|
|Select previous resource||⇡ or K|
|Select range of resource||⇧ + Click|
|Extend selection to previous resource||⇧ + ⇡|
|Extend selection to next resource||⇧ + ⇣|
|Select all||Ctrl + A or ⌘ + A|
|Open selected collection or score||Enter|
|Create a new score||⇧ + S|
|Create a new collection||⇧ + C|
Collections are only private at this time. We will add public collections and sharing options in an upcoming update.
Sure! Choose t"Add to a collection" in the actions next to a score, and the collections where you want to add the score.
Audio previews are a great way to discover new creations without having to open the sheet music. They are now only available for public scores on the community page
If you are a free user, you will only see the content deleted during the last 24h. You can upgrade to a Power account to recover work up to 1 year after its deletion.
That's not possible yet but have plans to add this feature in the future.
All the content saved in your library count in your storage quote. In other words: the scores you created and imported, as well as public and shared scores added to your collections.
Please contact us, our team always loves to hear from you all!