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   * **Scenes:** Scenes are the different screens and levels in your game. Everything in GDevelop is created in [[gdevelop5:interface:scene-editor|scenes]].   * **Scenes:** Scenes are the different screens and levels in your game. Everything in GDevelop is created in [[gdevelop5:interface:scene-editor|scenes]].
  
-  * ** External events:** To make the development of your game more flexible, you can create events inside separate sheets of events, that are not linked to a particular scene. They are called [[gdevelop5:interface:events-editor|external events]]. You can then link to these "External events" whenever you need them. If you want to share the same events in different scenes, you can make them external and call them from your scenes rather than adding the same events multiple times. +  * ** External events:** To make the development of your game more flexible, you can create events inside separate sheets of events, that are not linked to a particular scene. They are called [[gdevelop5:interface:events-editor:external-events]]. You can then link to these "External events" whenever you need them. If you want to share the same events in different scenes, you can make them external and call them from your scenes rather than adding the same events multiple times. 
  
   * ** External layouts:** Similar to external events, you can create levels or often reused part of levels inside external layouts and then load them into your scenes. See [[gdevelop5:interface:scene-editor:external-layouts|]] to learn how to use them   * ** External layouts:** Similar to external events, you can create levels or often reused part of levels inside external layouts and then load them into your scenes. See [[gdevelop5:interface:scene-editor:external-layouts|]] to learn how to use them