A layer on the state machine allows you to play a single animation at a time. For this reason, you can create multiple layers if you wish to mix multiple animations or add additional interactions to a state machine.
This example uses layers to mix different background animations, and add multiple interactions onto a single artboard.
Using multiple Layers
To create a new layer, use the plus button on the Layers Tab.
Add a new Layer
Notice that each new tab that you create comes with the Default States.
It may not be obvious, but the order of your Layers matter with Layers to the left taking priority over the Layers to the right. In most cases, this won’t matter, but if your Layers have States that control the same object, the animations in the left most layer will take priority over the layers to the right as they mix.
Changing layer order
You can change the layer order by dragging and dropping your layers around on the Layers tab.