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# Menu Controls

While in d-pad mode, the imp will jump from item to item as the d-pad is used. To go back to normal controls, use the sticks or re-centre the imp.

# Interact with a Creation: Use the UI Interaction control on a creation to go to its cover, or scope-in to the creation instead to play it. If the creation is a collection, this is flipped: click on it to view the collection, scope-in to it to go to its cover page.

Using the scope-in control is the only way to change a collection’s name after it's been saved.

Use Square to add the creation to your Play Later queue. Use Triangle to remove the creation from your Play Later queue.

# Homespace

When Dreams loads up, you will begin in the homespace. This is a special scene everyone has. Other players can visit your homespace through the Profile page’s Homespace button.

Possess Connie or another character to play.

While playing, you can run around and interact with objects as if playing any other scene. Approach the main menu cloud and it will show a tooltip for how to access the main menu: the OPTIONS button. This shortcut can be used without being near the cloud.

The DreamQueen can be approached and interacted with to get mini-tutorials and imp quests to go through, helping you learn the game, and motivating you to play and create in different ways.


While not possessing a character, use the Square button to edit the homespace to a limited degree. Exit edit mode by using the scope-out shortcut.

There is a white, abstract ground and background that cannot be edited directly.

Changes are automatically saved locally. The edit menu contains an extra button to Release the changes, uploading them publicly.

Also includes 3 special spots for the Main Menu, DreamQueen Imp, and Connie starting point that cannot be edited.

New objects cannot be created, only imported through the search function. The search is limited to two categories, chosen by clicking on filters below the search box:

# Main Menu

The main menu is the place to start. Through it, you can access the features below:


# Today’s Message

Displays that day’s fullscreen message. Includes things like announcements from Media Molecule. Usually accompanied by a QR code. Scan it for more information about the announcement, or click on it with the UI Interaction control to open a browser on your console to that web page.

Use Circle to go to Announcements.

# Highlights

Various announcements highlighting creations by the community, and news regarding Media-Molecule-run community events. Click on a highlight to see it full-screen.

Dreams We Love: A monthly highlight collection with that month’s dreamview highlighted creations, and a few top-level highlighted creations to click on.

# Dreamview Weekly Roundup: A weekly web article highlighting a number of community creations, and a few top-level highlighted creations to click on.

Community Events: Announcements regarding events Media Molecule is running for the community.

Use Circle to go to Announcements.

# Announcements View

Two tabs each showing a list of previous announcements of that type: Message of the Day, and Highlights. The highlights tab shows how many highlight announcements have not been viewed.


Shows the player’s preferences.

Community Jam

Shows how much time is left as part of the icon. Jams start with some number of weeks until the deadline. Each jam entry period begins and ends on Tuesday, midday, british time. This is the minimum amount of time left to enter.

For example, when it shows 15 days to go, for example, there is between 15 days and 16 days remaining. When it shows 3 hours to go, there is between 3 hours and 4 hours remaining.

Help: Displays a Help button in the top-right, which shows a brief, skippable presentation about how to find ideas, and a full-screen text message detailing how the jam works.

Three sections are shown to access different stages of the jam:

# Take Part as a Creator

Shows the name of the current jam. If there is a special collection to get started with, that is also shown.

After clicking, shows a description of the jam in full. A number of buttons are shown:

Submit Now: Set a creation you own as your entry for the jam. When the deadline comes, the latest online version of the creation will be locked in for the judgement stage.

Need Some Help?: Links to the Workshop.

Jam Rules: In the top-right is a Jam Rules button. Click on it to show a full-screen text message explaining the rules of the jam.

Hall of Fame

Accesses previously-judged jams.

Search the currently selected jam for specific entries.

Select which jam to show.

Below the jam selection, that jam’s entries are displayed. By default, the players who own the winning entries are shown, with first place in the centre, second place on the left, and third place on the right—like a race podium.

Hover over a winning player to show a popup of their entry.

View All Entries: Click on this button to show a list of all entries for that jam, in votes-order.

Get Involved as a Player

Shows a batch of entries to judge.

At the top are two tabs: Play, and History. Play shows creations you have not played as part of this jam, as below. History shows creations from batches you have already played as part of this jam.

The Play tab shows a batch of 5 random creation entries for the latest jam that started. These must all be played before continuing to a new batch. Click on a creation to play it.

When a creation has been played, the Played icon is shown at the bottom of its thumbnail.

Below each creation is an Upvote button. If the creation has not been played, it is disabled. Otherwise, can be clicked to upvote the creation. If the creation has been upvoted, it is shown lit and can be clicked to remove the upvote.

If the creation has been flagged as irrelevant, the button shows the Irrelevant icon and is shown lit up; click it to unflag the creation.

While playing, Pause to see the following:

When all of the current batch have been played, you are taken back to the list. Below the list are shown 2 new buttons:

Enough for Now: Goes back to the Community Jam screen. If you return to the Get Involved screen again, a new batch is shown.

Show Me More: 5 new creations are shown as a new batch.

# Dream Surfing

Dream Surfing is a fullscreen creations view, showing the following rows, plus some extras that change periodically:

# Dream Shaping

A fullscreen view, showing creations and resources to use for creation. Playlists have no “Autoplay” button. Has the following rows:

Fullscreen Creations

This view displays creations in many caegorized rows. Use the Menu Movement Controls to navigate the menu.

Click on a creation or button with the Cross button to view or use it. After all rows, shows a Back button to scroll to the top.

Press the Circle button while at the top to exit the menu entirely, or while not at the top to scroll to the top.

There are various types of row displayed in this area:

# Banners: Auto-scrolling banners. Click on a banner to load the associated creation (often a collection.).

If there is more than 1 banner, shows a banner for 5 seconds, then scrolls to the next one. Scrolls like this all the way to the end, and then starts back towards the beginning. Below is shown empty dots, one for each banner. Click on one to scroll to that banner in the list.

# Small Banners: Auto-scrolling half-width banners. Two are shown side-by-side. For each scroll, moves along by 1 banner. Will auto-scroll to the end, and then stop.

When the first 2 items have been scrolled off, shows a Back button. Click it to scroll back to the start.

# Playlist: A list of creations. Click the Autosurf! button to play the creations in order from the beginning. (Not shown if the playlist is for collections.) Click the Search button to search creations in the playlist.

# Vertical Playlist: Shows creations as tall rectangular thumbnails. Can search, like a normal Playlist.

# Buttons: Rectangular black buttons with white text.

# Small Buttons: Two rows of half-height buttons. Each is grey with white text, and a thumbnail to the side.

# Cover Page

The cover page of a creation contains details about the creation, including player interactions.

Scroll right to find more menus for the creation.

Shows the name of the creation, with the creator's name below it. If a version of the creation was uploaded by another player, their name is also listed. If there is more than 1 such player, the number of other creators is shown instead. Click on the number to see the Credits.

# Labelling: Labels are shown as icons on creation thumbnails. They are also shown in text above the name on the creation’s cover page. They can be set when first quick-saving. Click on a label with the Cross button to edit them.

# Is your creation VR-friendly? All creations will run in VR. These labels tells the player that playing the creation in VR has been tested and ensured to be fun; not just playable. Please set creations to VR-compatible or above only if playing them is a good experience in VR.

Play the creation in VR at least once to be able to add VR labels. If still wearing your VR headset then on first quick-save, after choosing type and category, VR and controller compatibility labels can be set.

Note, a Dream cannot be set to VR-compatible or higher if it contains scenes that are not labelled VR-compatible or higher.

# Disable Comfort Mode:

A switch, off by default. When on, players with Comfort Mode on will see a label on the creation’s thumbnail indicating it is for experienced VR players and designed for Comfort Mode to be off.

If you are the owner or collaborator of the creation, you can still play it with comfort mode on. If you are not, then a screen will be shown:

Comfort Mode Not Applicable. This creation was designed to be played with Comfort Mode switched off. Would you like to play with Comfort Mode switched off temporarily?

And three buttons: Exit this creation. Play in Cinema Mode (a 2D screen in VR). Play with Comfort Mode off (temporarily, while playing this creation this time).

Note, this screen will be shown before each scene with “Disable Comfort Mode” turned on while playing a Dream.

# Is your creation designed for a specific controller? Indicate to the player which controllers are required to play the creation.

Searches are not automatically filtered based on these filters.

# Customise

Set the style and look of the creation.

# Done: Saves the changes and exits customisation.

# Fonts List: Displays a preview of the creation’s title in boxes, each using a different font. The font that is used shows a green Tick on its top-right corner.

Use the Menu Movement Controls to navigate left and right through the font list.

Language Fonts shows options for different language types. Once selected, only fonts that support those languages will be shown in the font preview list.

If a language set is chosen that the currently selected font is in and the green tick is clicked, the previously chosen font will be saved.

The language sets are as follows:

# Randomise: Randomises font and colour.

# Colour Scheme: Shows 8 previews for the allowed colours. The selected colour will affect the buttons a player sees on the creation’s cover page, as well as the thumbnail’s outline.

Picked randomly when a creation is first saved.

A green Tick is shown on the top-right of the currently selected preview.

The colours are as follows:

# Set Background Photo: A creation can have up to 3 photos selected. The first of the 3 photos is used when viewing the thumbnail of the creation. When viewing the cover these photos fade into each other, showing each for 1 second.

If no photos have been selected as backgrounds, whatever could be seen when the creation was last saved will be used as the creation’s background photo.

Shows a list of photos taken within Dreams, and 3 slots for them to go into.

Currently selected photos have a green Tick on the top-right.

Select a photo with the Cross button to add it to the 3 photo slots. Use the Delete controls to remove a photo from a slot.

On saving, selected photos will copy into the creation as its thumbnail. If the creation has been saved online, these will be saved online also.

A “Take a photo...” button can be clicked to launch the game straight into photo mode.

# Follow Creation: Notifications regarding updates to this creation will be sent to the Following tab.

# Set Collection Icon: Click to see a preview of the collection’s thumbnail, with three thumbnails of contained creations. Click on one of the slots to set it to use the creation’s thumbnail instead. (See Set Collection Icon.)

# Send to...: Sends the creation to different places. Has 4 options:

# Creation Settings

Opens the settings for this creation.

# Report...

Options to report that the content does not belong on the dreamiverse, or that you don’t want to see it.

© Copyright Issues: Shows the longform ID of the creation. Opens a browser window direct to

Note, this is to be used by copyright owners to request that content infringing that copyright be taken down; players cannot report creations that contain copyrighted material.

Give it a Thumbs Down: Tell the system you want to see this kind of thing and content from its creator less. This is not shown in any other place, and does not affect the like count.

Report Creation: Report a creation that violates the Dreams guidelines. Click to see which things you can report a creation for. This does not include things like theft from other creators or use of copyrighted material or intellectual property.

# Reset Progress

While playing a dream, the last played scene as well as any persistence variables are stored locally. This button will delete all data from previous plays.

# Play, View

Plays the creation.

If the creation is an element, shows as a “View” button. Otherwise shows as a “Play” button.

# Thumb Up

Show you like the creation by clicking this. This is shown on the cover page above the title.

# Scoreboards

Shows the scoreboards stored for the dream.

# View Map

Shows the map of scenes and dreams contained within the dream.

# Edit

Edits the creation.

# Remix

Creates a remix of this creation.

# Release

Gives options to release the creation as public or playable. (Tg)

Full Credits

A full listing of all creators involved in the production of this creation.

A creation by shows the owner of the creation.

In collaboration with… shows other collaborators that have uploaded a version of this creation or are current collaborators on the creation.

Uses creations by… shows players who own assets or remix-sources of assets used for this creation or creations it contains.


As you start to scroll right, a listing of basic statistics are shown: Played by how many dreamers, Played how many times, and Played for how many hours.

# Photos, Take a photo...

A list of photos of this creation, like the profile Photos view.

If no photos have been taken for this creation, shows a “Take a photo...” button instead. This will view the creation Paused in Photo Mode.

# Comments

Shows all comments made on the creation.

# Versions & Release

A list of all versions made of the creation. The player who saved the version, the time it was saved, and its version notes are shown below the version’s thumbnail. (Tg)

Click on a version for more details, edit the version notes, and manipulate the version with the following buttons:

Play/View: to play that version.

Edit this Version: to edit that version. Using this, that version can be saved again to become the latest version. (Tg)

Delete: to delete that version.

Release: to release that version as the latest version. Only available to the owner. (See Cover Page > Release.)

# Genealogy

Shows a list of other credit-linked creations along with their thumbnail, published status icon, and owner. This list is searchable.

Private creations are shown with no thumbnail name or owner.

There are 3 tabs to further filter the creations in relation to the cover’s creation:

Use the UI Interaction control to go to a creation’s cover page, or scope-in to it to go directly to its genealogy.

# Pause Menu

Show the pause menu at any time using the OPTIONS button. If you were viewing a creation at the time, the creation will pause time. This section explains what buttons and options the pause screen has.

Also has buttons as shown on the cover page: Send to..., Creation Settings.

# Help: Information on creation types, tagging, release rights, controls, how to turn on more info and prompts, “where to start” which describes how to import assets from the dreamiverse and find the in-game tutorials, a link to, and a word on copyright and intellectual property.

# Video Player: A searchable and filterable list of all in-game tutorials. Click on one to show the video playing in the corner of the screen while editing your creation as normal.

# Photo Mode: Shortcut to Photo Mode but with electronics unable to be displayed.

# Describe VR Experience Level: Rate how experienced a player should be before playing this.

Reveals 3 selector buttons:

The average rating from players is shown on the cover page of the creation.

# Thumbs Up Click this to give the creation a like.

# Play, View Resumes playing the creation.

# Remix Remixes the creation and begins editing it.

# My Preferences Opens the Preferences screen.

# Save Version

Saves, publishes, and uploads the creation in different ways. (Tg)

On the left side the Creation Name is shown. Also the current thumbnail (before saving) is shown.

When uploading a version, another creation may need to be uploaded to change its status.

For example, to release an element as remixable, “contained elements must be remixable.” If a contained element is not remixable, it must be uploaded as remixable at the same time as publishing the one you wanted to release as remixable in the first place.

# Choose from the following statuses to save the version as:

# Version Notes: Text saved to describe the version for later reference. (Tg)

# Search Listings: Sets the Listed Status of the creation.

# Categories & Tags

At the top of the screen the category is selected. A subcategory may optionally also be selected. The categories and subcategories are as follows:

# Across the bottom of the screen, tags can be selected and added.

There are many built-in tags shown by default, which are automatically translated for players using different language settings on their PS4. The built-in tags are the following:

Add Tags: Chooses from custom tags you have added to creations before.

Create a Tag: While choosing from custom tags use this to create a new tag and select it.

# Edit Audio Preview

If audio was played from the creation while editing, a screen is shown allowing you to edit the 3 second audio preview of the creation.

“Choose a New Preview” shows a graph of the volume over time of the up to 12 seconds of audio recorded. A window is shown over this visualisation indicating which part of the recording will be used as the audio preview.

Use the Cross button or R2 to drag the window.

Reset to Default: Reset the window to the centre of the recording. Or, if the recording didn’t fill the 12 seconds, to the start of the recording.

Play Preview: Preview the selected slice of recorded audio.

Listen to Current Preview: Listen to the preview already set for the creation.

If no audio was played while editing the creation, a message requesting that audio be played from edit mode be done before trying again.

# Save and release this version

Release the creation as remixable or playable.

# Rewind

Rewinds the current scene and resumes playing as if the scene was first loaded, apart from persistent variables with Restore on Rewind off.

# Exit

Exit from the creation.

If there are unsaved changes from editing the creation, you are asked if you would like to “Save this creation before leaving?” You can select from the following options:

# Back to Play Mode

Resumes playing the scene you paused.

# Back to Edit Mode

Resume editing the creation. Or use the Circle button.

# Main Menu

Regardless of where you are, this always takes you to the main menu in your homespace.

# Photo

Captures the screen as an image, saved to the console. This will also be listed in the photos section of the creation, and the profile Photos section.

Note that any photos taken will be removed when a creation is deleted, or is never saved. So when creating a temporary scene to make a nice thumbnail image, save the creation and set the cover page of the creation in question before deleting that scene.

No controls will work while in photo mode.

If the Freeroam camera or Orbiting camera was used before entering photo mode, these will still work while in photo mode to compose the image. An overlay is shown over the image to help with composition.

Cycle through the overlays: Use Left d-pad button and Right d-pad button to cycle through the various overlays:

Toggle Electronics: Use the Square button to toggle the electronics of the scene on and off. (Off by default.)

UI visibility: Use the Triangle button to toggle the visibility of the photo mode interface and prompts.

# Profile

A place to go to access your creations and details. This is what other players see when they go to your profile.

In the middle is your experience level, with your name below it.

If you have won or been nominated for an Impy before, it will show that icon next to your name. Hover over it to see your wins and nominations listed.

Below that, your primary and secondary personas are listed.

There is also a text description/bio you can fill out by clicking on it.

At the top of the screen is shown your Following count (how many players profiles you are following), and your Followers count (how many players follow your profile). Click on either with the UI Interaction control to search for those players.

Your Own Profile

On the top-right are a number of small buttons: Customise, Dreamers (to search dreamers), and Play Later.

# Profile Customisation

Displays a simplified profile page, a green Tick button in the top-right to confirm changes, and two buttons at the bottom:

Colour Schemes: The colour of buttons on your profile page, and the borders of objects like the My Creations icon.

Click on a colour preview with the UI Interaction control to select it. The selected colour shows a green Tick on its top-right. Use the Circle button to cancel the changes.


# Set Background Photo: Which photo to use as the background to your profile.

Shows local and online photos you have taken. The selected photo has a green Tick on its top-right. Click a photo with the UI Interaction control to select it.

At the top are sorting controls, to order the photos by Most Recent (default), or Most Thumbs Up.

# Play Later

Shows all queued creations. Play a creation from here, and it will be removed from the queue.

Because of this, it’s a good idea to have a collection for things you want to come back to again and again so you don’t lose it.

Other’s Profile

When viewing another player’s profile, the following buttons are shown instead:

# Follow Dreamer: Notifications regarding new creations will be shown in your Notifications.

# Thumbs Up: Gives the player a like.

# Report…: Shows 3 options:

# Imp Quests

Accesses all imp quests. These are tasks to complete to develop your skills as a player, engage with the community, or learn how to create in Dreams.

At the top are options to filter the quests by completion status: All, Completed, In Progress, and Not Started. Each show how many quests are in that category in brackets.

Each quest is shown with a thumbnail, a progress meter (when incomplete or it is a one-shot type quest), how many steps have been completed, and how many steps there are.

Complete quests show the reward that was unlocked by completing the quest. Incomplete quests show a Gift icon as the thumbnail if the reward is an asset, or a Imp if the reward is a new imp. These icons are colour coded based on the type of quest.

# There are 3 quest types:

Quest View

Click on a quest with the UI Interaction control to view more about that quest.

To the top-left is a box that describes a step for the quest. Click the buttons along the bottom of the box to show details for each step.

The reward for the currently-selected step is shown on the right of the screen.

On the bottom-left is shown a similar incomplete quest. For example, giving a similar reward. Click on it with the UI Interaction control to view that quest.

Or for Creative imp quests, shows creations by other players made for this quest, and a search button to find more.

Continue Quest: Click this button to continue the quest. Briefly describes where this will take you. (Eg. creates a new character, or makes a new Dreamiverse Dash scene.)

Equip Imp: If the reward shown is an imp, and it has been unlocked, this button will show instead. Click it to use that imp.


The quests for each category are as follows:

Guided Imp Quests

Creative Imp Quests

One-Shot Imp Quests

Tiered Imp Quests

# Imps

Your imp is shown large on the left side of the screen. Click it to go to a view letting you choose which imp you’re using.

More imps are shown along the bottom of the screen, with your currently selected imp above them in the centre of the screen.

Click on an imp at the bottom to select it as your current imp. Your current imp shows a green Tick below it.

Save Imp: This adds your currently-selected imp to your My Imps list.

Exit: Exit from the imp selection view.

Use the buttons at the top of the screen to change which imps are shown at the bottom.

Imp Surprise: Random imps are shown, using features from imps you have unlocked.

Imp Carousel: The base imps, and unlocked imps are shown.

# My Imps: Your saved imps are shown at the bottom.

# My Creations

A search view of your own creations. Shows creations that are only saved locally, or are online that you own.

There are 2 tabs that filter the results: My Creations (that you own), and Collaborations (that others own but you are a collaborator on).

# Archive

Archived creations will not show in your normal My Creations view, for you or any player.

These views allow you to select one or more creations, and then click the green Tick to confirm the change in status. Above, are two tabs:

# Delete

There is a limit to how many creation versions can be stored locally, and how much storage those can take up. This allows creators to delete all local saved versions of selected creations.

After selecting creations, click the green Tick in the top-right to confirm deleting those creations.

Note, online versions cannot be deleted.

In the top-right, the how many local creations are saved and how much storage they use up is displayed. As creations are selected, green values appear showing the new count and storage used if the deletion is confirmed.

# My Photos

A list of photos you have taken.

Note, there is a limit of 128 locally stored photos in Dreams.

Sorting & Filtering: Choose to show: All Creations (default), or My Creations. And choose to order by: Most Recent (default), or Most Thumbs Up.

And 3 buttons to multi-select photos and apply an action to all of them at once: Release Photos, Archive & Restore (this is the only way to access an archived photo), and Delete Photos.

Photo View

Shows the photo full-screen, with more details about it and options. Hover over the image to see thumbnails and links to elements within the shot.

In the top left are listed the date and time the photo was taken, the status and name of the creation it was taken from, and who took it. Click on the name with the UI Interaction control to go to that creation.

Note, some of these actions have no confirmation dialogues; they just happen as soon as you click the button. So try not to press them accidentally.

# Release: When the photo is not online, this button is shown. Upload the photo to the dreamiverse, for others to see as part of your My Photos list and on the creation it was taken of.

# Archive, Restore: When the photo is online, this button replaces the Release button. Click to archive, hiding it from photos lists, and choose whether to delete the local copy or not. Click again to restore, showing it in photos lists.

Delete local save: Deletes the local copy of the photo, after confirming. If there is not an online copy, the view will change to a different photo.

# Save to system: Shown when the photo is online only. Downloads the photo to be stored locally.

# Set Profile Background: Copies in this photo as your profile background image. Shown lit up while the background is set to this photo.

Note, this overwrites your old photo. So if you don't have that photo backed up online, or a way of recreating the photo, you will lose it forever.

# Comments

Shows comments from other players left on your profile.


Shows notifications others would receive when following you, in the categories: Comments & Mentions, Publishing & Updating, Photos, Remixing & Stamping, Following, Giving Thumbs Up, and Progression.

My Aura

This is the experience system for Dreams. Creating and playing gains experience points in various categories called “personas”:

At the top of the screen, the player’s current level is shown, their name, a progress bar of how far they are towards the next level, and their current personas.

There are two tabs, which adjust what the persona levels show:

Lifetime Activity: Shows your lifetime activity in each area, compared to the global average for players. This is what decides your primary persona.

For example, the player does more Design than the average player, and less Audio than average.

Current Passion: From level 15 onwards, shows your recent activity compared to your lifetime activity. When levelling up, this is what decides your secondary persona.

For example, the player has recently being doing more Art than usual, and Playing than usual.

The persona levels to the left show a filled horizontal bar per persona, representing your activity in that area. An outline of a bar is also shown, representing the comparison according to the tab selected.

# Homespace

Click to view the player’s homespace.

# Social

Shows notifications for how you’ve interacted with other players in the categories: Thumbed-Up Creations, Thumbed-Up Dreamers, Following Creations, Following Dreamers, Streamed (creations played while streaming from the console to Twitch with the Dreams Buddy extension active), Thumbed-Up By, and Followed By.

# Search

A view that includes a list of creations or players along the bottom. At the top are the search parameters and options.

Note, not all of the options below are shown for all kinds of search.

Tabs are shown below the search box, filtering the results.

Categories & Tags: Filters the results by the selected categories and tags.

The latest 10 tags you have used or searched for are shown. Click on Tags A-Z to see the full list of built-in tags.

Sorting & Filtering: Sorts or further filters the results.

Show the following:

Filter Content by its creation type. Choose from show All (default), Elements, Collections, Scenes, or Dreams.

Order By to sort by different meta data of the creation. Choose from Recommended (based on your recent activity), Newest (also known as Most Recent, the creations’ creation date), Last Updated, Most Thumbs Up, Save Size.

Searching Players

Searches dreamers instead of creations.

The Categories & Tags lists the personas in Dreams. Only players with the selected primary persona will be shown.

Sorting & Filtering shows categories to sort by:

Below the search box are 4 tabs: Following (players you follow), Followers (players who follow you), Friends (set through PSN), and Everyone (default).

# Notifications

Notifications of activity across the dreamiverse. Displays a number badge for how many new notifications you have. Click with the UI Interaction control to a view all notifications.

Notifications you have not seen yet have a yellow Diamond next to them. When you exit notifications, all notifications on the tab you viewed are considered seen.

At the top-right are 2 buttons, setting how the notifications are layed out:

At the top are 3 buttons:

Refresh: Reloads the view, to check for new notifications.

Notifications: Show the notifications for interactions with you or your creations, in the following categories:

Following: Contains notifications regarding creators you follow and creations you follow. Contains the folliwing categories:

# Comments

A view showing comments left by players.

The name of the player who left the comment is shown above the box, and their imp is shown to the left of the box.

Use Menu Movement Controls to scroll up and down comments that are too long to be shown within the box.

Write a Comment: Leave a new comment. Four buttons are first shown, to let you select what type of comment you wish to leave (see below).

At the top of the screen are tabs to only show the corresponding comments (not all are shown in all situations):

Comments have 4 buttons beneath them:

# Report

Creations, comments, or players can be reported to the Sony moderation team, if they have broken the terms of use or guidelines.

Choose one or more of the following categories, and then click the Continue button at the bottom to send the report.