Use this topic to learn how to create, rename, and delete a project


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About projects

A project can contain the following types of documents:

  • Scripts
  • Schedules
  • Reports

In addition, projects can also contain links (URLs) that you commonly use when working with your project.

Create projects

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.

  1. In the Projects view, click the  icon.
  2. Enter a title for the new project. Ensure that the project name does not contain any special characters such as -- ";<>&^|:%/{}~*?#
  3. Click Ok.

Rename projects

You can rename a project, including the sample project that Adobe® Story creates when you log in for the first time.

  1. Select the project tile in the Projects view.
  2. Right-click and select Rename.
  3. Enter the name of the project.
Rename projects
Rename projects

Delete projects

When you delete a project, the project is deleted permanently.

  1. Select the project tile in the Projects view.
  2. Click and select Delete.

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