Use this document to learn how to open shared scripts in Adobe Story


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You can add a shared script to a new project or add the script to an existing project. Depending on your permissions, you can edit, review, or read the script.


When you have a script that you must edit or review, a notification appears when you log in to the application.

  1. Click the drafts icon in the menu panel. The list of scripts that are shared is displayed.

  2. Click Accept.

    If, for some reason, you do not want to accept the shared script, click Decline.

  3. In the Accept Shared Document dialog box, do one of the following:

    • To add the script as a part of a new project, select Put In A New Project. Enter a name for the new project.

    • To add the script to an existing project, select Put In An Existing Project.

  4. If you want the script to open in the authoring view after you click Done, select Open Document When I am Done.

  5. Click Done.

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