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.
A project can contain the following types of documents:
Free form documents related to scripts such as the character biography, logline, and pitch.
In addition, projects can also contain links (URLs) that you commonly use when working with your project.
If you do not create a separate project for your scripts, all your scripts and documents are stored in a sample project provided as default. For easier management of your scripts, organize your scripts into projects.
You can rename a project, including the sample project that Adobe® Story creates when you log in for the first time.
When you delete a project, the project is deleted permanently but its contents are moved to the Deleted section. When you delete contents from the Deleted section, they are deleted permanently from Adobe Story.
When you delete a project, the contents of the project are moved to the Deleted section. The Project itself is permanently deleted. You can later restore the contents of the deleted project to any existing project.
If you want to restore the contents to a project with the same name as the deleted project, create a project with that name.
Add links that you commonly use when working with projects.
In the right pane of the Projects view, enter the following details in the corresponding fields and click Add.