In VS 2019 for Windows a message is displaying to warn one of the coming changes, namely that in the future storyboards should be edited on the Mac. This page explains how to edit a storyboard on the Mac by having the project open in VS for Mac and then 'calling' Xcode for the editing: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/xamarin/ios/user-interface/storyboards/
What remains unclear to me, is how VS for Windows still features in the new approach. We have been using VS for Windows paired with a Mac to edit our storyboards in a Xamarin.iOS project.
Should one completely stop using VS for Windows and now use only VS for Mac?
If one can still use VS for Windows, how do you open the project (sitting on the Windows pc) in VS for Mac in order to use Xcode for the storyboard editing?
And if one should no longer use VS for Windows, how do you migrate a project to Mac?
I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction. Perhaps there is documentation on this I was unable to find yet.