Note:

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.

Available for: Adobe Story Plus

You can save versions of a schedule for backup. If necessary, you can view the available versions of a schedule and open a version for reference.

Save a version of a schedule

Available for: Adobe Story Plus

  1. In a schedule, select File > Save As.

  2. Specify a title and description for the version.

View previous versions of a schedule

Available for: Adobe Story Plus

Information about various versions of the schedule is displayed in the History panel. Information includes version number, author, and the time stamp. The content that you entered in the Comments section when versioning a document is displayed when you move your mouse over the Comment icon.

  1. Select View > Show History. The History panel containing various versions of the schedule appears.

  2. Double-click the version that you want to view. The version appears in Adobe Story.

Note:

You can only view contents from previous versions. You cannot edit the content, or save file as a new version.

Delete schedule versions in the History panel (author only)

Available for: Adobe Story Plus

Click the delete (trash) icon to delete the corresponding schedule version. Version numbers of other versions are unaffected. The History panel is not displayed if you delete all versions of a document.

Note:

You cannot delete the current version of a schedule.

Search schedule in the History panel

Available for: Adobe Story Plus

You can search schedule versions based on their version name, description, cast list, version number, created by, and time stamp. Enter text in the search box within the History panel. The relevant versions are displayed.

Save a copy of a schedule

Available for: Adobe Story Plus

You can create a duplicate copy of a schedule.

  1. In a schedule, select File > Save As.

  2. Select Copy.

  3. Specify a title for the copy.

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