Keep your workspace organized with Procreate’s simple yet powerful Gallery. Use Stacks to keep your artwork tidy and speed up your workflow.
Share, Duplicate, Delete
Swipe an artwork thumbnail to the left to reveal actions.
Swiping a thumbnail to the left gives you options to Share, Duplicate, or Delete an artwork.
Deleting an artwork is final, and cannot be undone.
Learn more about Sharing artwork.
Bulk actions save you time. You can share, delete, or duplicate more than one canvas simultaneously.
Tap the Select button to enter multiple selection mode. Tap canvases to select them. Selected artworks display a blue tick.
Once you’ve selected multiple artworks, you can to use the toolbar buttons to Share, Duplicate and Delete. Or you can also combine them into a new Stack.
To rearrange selected artworks and Stacks in your Gallery, tap and hold on an artwork to pick them all up. Now drag them to your preferred Gallery location.
Want to select multiple artworks quickly? Enter Select mode and lightly swipe a finger across the thumbnails you want to choose.
Learn more about Stacks below.
Arrange your Gallery exactly how you like it.
Moving artwork around is easy. Tap and hold on a thumbnail to lift it out of the grid, then drag the thumbnail to your desired location, and drop it.
Move multiple items at once by picking up one canvas, then tapping other canvases to pick them up too.
You can change the orientation of a canvas after you’ve created it.
Fix sideways and upside down canvas previews. Hold two fingers on the thumbnail and rotate until your artwork is the right way up.
Give your artwork the perfect name.
Under each artwork thumbnail you’ll see a title. New artworks appear as Untitled Artwork by default.
Tap the title to bring up the keyboard, and get creative.
Group your artwork into Stacks to keep your Gallery sorted, clean, and easy to navigate.
Stacks looks like a pile of layered thumbnails.
Create a Stack
You can create a Stack in two ways: using Select mode, or using drag and drop.
In Select mode, tap multiple artworks to select them, then tap the Stack button.
You can also drag and drop an artwork thumbnail on to another thumbnail to merge them into a new stack. When you've dragged the first artwork over the top of another, the bottom artwork will turn blue. This allows you to drop the top artwork onto it to make a Stack.
Adding artwork to a Stack
To drag and drop an artwork onto an existing Stack, use the same method as above. Except you must hold the top thumbnail for a moment longer until the Stack flashes blue twice. The Stack will open up, allowing you to drop your held artwork anywhere among the thumbnails inside it.
You can Stack multiple artworks at once using bulk artwork actions.
Moving artwork out of a Stack
To move artwork out of a Stack, tap the stack to enter it. Pick up one or more artworks then tap the Stack return button in the top left of the tool bar ( < Stack ) with another finger. Now drop the items back in the Gallery.
Alternatively, drag the items over the Stack return button to bring them back to the Gallery.
Rename a Stack
All Stacks are named Stack by default. Rename a Stack the same way you rename an artwork: tap the title to show the keyboard and rename.