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You can share a project with another user as co-author, reviewer, or reader.
Co-author: Co-authors can add, modify, or delete content from the script. However, they cannot delete the script itself. Co-authors can also, like reviewers, comment on the script.
Reviewer: Reviewers cannot edit the content, but can add comments to the script.
Reader: Readers can only read the script but cannot view comments on the script, edit the script, or view the sharing information.
Only an author can delete a document in a shared project, whereas author and co-author can add documents. The author owns any document created in a shared project. Documents added to the shared project are automatically shared. When co-authors/reviewers/readers delete a project shared with them, the project is unshared with them and removed from their Projects view. In a shared project, Adobe Story notifies collaborators about:
Collaborators can unshare a project. Project-level sharing and document-level sharing do not work together. If you try to share a project that has shared documents, Story removes all document-level shares for the project. Story replaces them with the share preference for the project.
In the Share Project dialog box, enter the email address of the person with whom you are sharing the file in Add New Email ID. You can also choose from the existing contacts listed in this dialog.
The Share Project dialog lists users with whom a project is shared. Invitees who haven’t yet accepted a share request are listed as well.
When you delete shared projects, you cannot restore them. Request the author to share the project again in case you deleted a shared project inadvertently.