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.
The Adobe® Story application for iOS-based devices allows you to read and review Adobe Story scripts and free form documents. The application currently does not support AV Scripts, Multicolumn scripts, and TV scripts.
The Adobe Story application for iOS-based devices is currently available only in English.
Register yourself with Adobe Story using the web or desktop application of Adobe Story before you attempt to log in to the iOS-based application.
When you log in to the Adobe Story application, the ten most recently read files are displayed. To view all the documents, click Categories.
The shared documents are displayed with a shared icon.
To view the scene outline for a script, tap the script in the Recent Files or Categories view.
In the scene outline view, the number of new comments for the scene are displayed.
To view the contents of a scene, tap the scene in the scene outline. Use the arrow icons to move among the scenes in a script.
For documents with tracked changes, the Show Final mode is used to display content. For users with reader permissions, the Show Original mode is used to display content.
In the Recent Files view, tap Notifications. A list of notifications is displayed. The new notifications appear highlighted.
When you tap a notification, the document related to the comment or edit is displayed. The number of new comments for a scene are displayed to the right of the scene heading.
To view the latest notifications, pull down the notifications list. New notifications appear at the top of the list. For older notifications, pull up the list. The list of notifications is loaded in batches of 10.
Do one of the following:
Double tap to select the content that you want to comment on. Tap on Comment to enter your comment. Alternatively, tap the Add Comment button.
To comment on content that has been previously commented on, enter your comment in Write New Comment.
To navigate among comments, use the arrow icons.
Although the entire paragraph appears highlighted for a comment, the comment is applied only to the selected word or phrase.