Track changes Adobe Story


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Tracking changes

A couple of the downsides to collaborating is keeping track of all the changes and figuring out who made them. Well, you can do both of those things here inside Adobe Story Plus. So to get that going, we need to do a couple of things to set that up. First of all, let's go to Review and Start Tracking Changes. Now I'm going to click that in a moment, but you see that Co-authors Can Commit Changes? That's on by default. That means if someone makes a change and then they can commit it, it means that we accept it. So if you are the owner of the document, you may want to turn that off if you want to keep people from actually making a change and committing it as apposed to making a change and letting you review it and see what the change was.

Nevertheless, we're going to Start Tracking Changes. Nothing dramatic happens, it's just that it's now turned on. The other thing I want to do is view the Track Changes Toolbar, so I'll click on View > Track Changes Toolbar, and I'...

Tracking changes
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Tracking changes provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Jeff Sengstack as part of the Up and Running with Adobe Story

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