Adobe will stop the Adobe Story CC service on January 22, 2019. Adobe Story CC, Adobe Story CC (Classic), and Adobe Story CC desktop application will be discontinued. See End of service FAQ for more information.
Most productions start with a script that serves as the basis for pre-production planning, production, editing, and ultimately the finished project. Adobe® Story, an online service, is a collaborative script development tool for creative professionals, producers, and writers. Adobe Story plays the starting role in the pre-production phase of a script-to-screen, metadata-driven workflow.
You can launch Adobe Story from a browser as an online application.
For more information on how to log in to the Flex version, see Log in to Adobe Story.
Projects are containers for scripts, and documents related to a script are character biographies and synopses. For more information, see Projects.
Use projects to organize your scripts and documents. If you do not create a project, a default project is used to store your scripts and documents.You can organize projects into categories, and archive projects that you do not access frequently.
Use Adobe Story to create, add, and edit scripts. The various tools in Adobe Story help ensure that your script is compliant with industry standards. For more information, see Scripts and free-form documents.
Story enables you to co-write and edit as a team. You can assign roles to various production team members, giving you control over who can read, review, or modify the script. For more information, see Sharing and collaborating.
Tag words and phrases in your document associated with production items such as location, cast, prop, and equipment. You can apply multiple tags to such words or phrases. For more information, see Tagging.
For more information on how to get started with the Flex version, see Getting Started.