Working With Projects

The project page is where you select which project to work on, share, or back up. The current project is marked with a checkmark.

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First select the project you want to work on (a checkmark will appear against it)

To view, or edit a projectclapper@2x tap the clapperboard icon at the right of the bottom row. See this page for more on the stripboard layout.

TIP: To leave “Manage” mode, tap “Done” in the top right hand corner of the screen.

mail2@2xTo send a one-line schedule email, tap the envelope icon and select “One-Line Schedule”. See this page for more on the email manager and one-line schedule.

To send a full colour stripboard and details pages as a .PDF attachment, tap the envelope icon on the bottom row and select “Send Schedule as .PDF”. See this page for more on PDFs.

To send a plain email to your team, without an attachment, tap the envelope icon andselect “No Schedule”

dropbox@2xTo share or backup a project, tap the Dropbox icon on the left of the bottom row and select “Save Project” or “Download Project”. See this page for more on saving and loading from Dropbox.

To export or import your project in .xls format tap the Dropbox icon, and select “Export to .xls” or “Import from .xls”. See this page for more on using the .xls format.

To return to the Home screen tap “home” at top right of this screen.

Managing ShotList projects

To create a new project tap the line containing the green “+”. The project name becomes the folder name used for exporting the project, so we recommend you keep these fairly short.

TIP: You can only use characters here that are allowed in filenames, you should avoid special characters such as /, “, :, * etc. in your project names.

To rename a project, tap “Manage”, then tap on the project name and enter a new name.

To delete a project, tap “Manage”, then tap the red “-” icon against the project you wish to delete, followed by the red “delete” button which appears.

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To duplicate a project, tap “Manage”, then tap and drag the project you want to duplicate onto the green bar that appears at the bottom.

On to Arranging Scenes In The Stripboard View

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