You can create a scrollable frame that lets users scroll to view more content. For example, you can create a cooking page with a list of ingredients and a set of instructions. Rather than turning to the next page to see the full set of ingredients or instructions, users can swipe to scroll.
By default, the initial view for scrollable content is the upper-left corner of the container frame. However, you change the initial view so that it’s based on the location of the content frame.
You can add all interactive overlays to scrollable frames (see Embedding interactive overlays). The previous method of creating scrollable frames using layers is no longer supported.