On most Android devices you'll find the "Change Keyboard" key at the bottom of the screen when your default keyboard is shown. This is how the "Change Keyboard" key looks like:
If you have the "Change Keyboard" key, simply tap on it once and select the Boards keyboard (as can be seen on OPTION #1).
Need more help? Check out the following video guides for more information:
OPTION #1: You have the "Change Keyboard" key
OPTION #2: Gboard is your default keyboard, but you don't have the "Change Keyboard" key
OPTION #3: You're not sure what is your default keyboard and you don't have the "Change Keyboard" key
💡 TIP: We recommend to install the Gboard keyboard and set it as the primary keyboard for easier navigation between keyboards.
Gboard Keyboard (by Google)
Some Android devices make it complicated to switch between the device’s native keyboard and 3rd party keyboards.
To solve this issue, we recommend to install the Gboard Keyboard (by Google) and set it as the primary keyboard on your device. Then, you’ll be able to easily switch between the Gboard and Boards keyboards by tapping on the "keyboards key" that will appear at the bottom of your keyboard.
If the keyboard key doesn't appear, tap& hold the "globe" icon or the space-bar, and then select the Boards keyboard.