To create a preset, we first need to set up the desired workspace.
This is just a basic example to explain the process of creating a preset. See for more advanced/creative use cases.
To recreate this example, first set up a workspace in with a Galaxy smartphone in portrait, an iPhone, and an iPad in landscape.
Now add a . Here, we're emulating a low-res 4:3 screen running Chrome (we respect all ways of living.)
Optionally, set a different for each device.
To save your current workspace as a preset, click on the Presets button in the Workspace Toolbar, and then click on the "+" button.
You can create either a Global Preset or a Project Preset. Here you can learn the difference between Global Presets and Project Presets.
This will open a popup window in which you can name the preset and select the settings that you want to preserve. Here, we're naming our preset "My main workspace" and preserving all settings.
You can now see your preset in the Presets menu. Click on the preset name to activate it.
If you've modified your workspace, you can switch back to your saved preset. Or, if you have created multiple presets, you can switch between them.