Just in case you want to see it - here's a link to the score with chord frames:
Interestingly, Noteflight already has the ability to show chord frames. I've been able 'create' guitar chord frames in Noteflight by importing an .XML file that I've created in, and exported from Sibelius.
If anyone's desperate and they have access to Sibelius too, then you can do it...
We will be changing this so that two 8ths / quavers appear instead of two quarters / crotchets. Thanks everyone for your feedback!Mark shared this idea ·
Thank you for this suggestion! We will review your ideas, but in the meantime, a question:
Our Groups feature lets you share and manage scores – please see https://notes.noteflight.com/noteflight-groups-now-available/
Does some of this function replace what you need Collections for?
Totally support this idea. I think it's a teacher thing. I have a huge number of students' sharing work with me daily and it would be so much easier if I could add them to a collection with the name of the class for example.
We agree. However, an easy way to achieve templates in Crescendo today is for you to create your own template scores and put them in a Collection called “templates”. When you want a new score, open one of these template scores and choose File > Save A Copy.
I was surprised not to find an 18-piece big band template particularly after the recent competition.