Script Notes are a great way to jot down your ideas as you're writing your screenplay. You can also invite Collaborators to your screenplay for any additional feedback on your script. Here's how to add notes to your script:
Step 1 ⏤ Click Script Notes
On the Screenwriting page, click Script Notes.
Step 2 ⏤ Add Notes
In the pop-up screen, add your notes. You can add images, embed videos, bullets, links, along with additional formatting tools to add extra emphasis. Your script notes are automatically saved as well.
Step 3 ⏤ Save Script Notes
To exit Script Notes, click anywhere outside of the pop-up.
Note: Script Notes are tied to script versions. So once you've finished a draft and received notes, you can create a new version and have a clean slate for new notes.
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