Glad you got it figured out! Just as a note, both methods will ultimately have the same effect—whether your including all element animations withing the same “Time Animation” or including separate “Timed Animations” that all are triggered within the Page Load interaction—it just comes down to preference and use case.
The former makes it a bit easier plan when various elements trigger in relation to one another (but admittedly can get a bit chaotic with lots of different elements being affected), with the latter keeping things separate and it a bit more organized (but requiring timing adjustments to be made within one—or more—different “Timed Animations”).
It’s very possible that Webflow joins these separate animations together when it builds the site anyway, making both methods output similar code, but admittedly I haven’t tested this to confirm. If it doesn’t, I could see combining them into a single animation being the more efficient option for complex animations, but for simple things it probably won’t matter.
All that said, this Webflow University tutorial walks through combines everything into a single “Timed Animation” so I’d imagine this is the desired use with IX2.
Sorry for the rant, but I figured it was worth mentioning. Good luck with the project