Sharing a Project
Here’s a new Project with a draft of a story I’m working on. Now I click share, and type in the email addresses of the people I want feedback from. I can give them editing access - but in this case I just want them to comment.
Every Descript Project has its own link that collaborators can use to listen and leave comments from a browser window.
Let’s do a split screen here - over on the right is the desktop of Sophie, who I shared my project with. She’s going to open it in a browser and start listening.
Leaving a comment is as simple as highlighting text and clicking the comment button.
Back on my screen, I can see the comments as they come in, and reply, or archive them when I no longer need them.
Now I’m going to make an edit in response to Sophie’s suggestion. Notice that whenever I make changes to my Project, Descript automatically syncs changes to the Descript Cloud in the background - you don’t need to worry about managing files, we do all of that for you.
Finally, if you ever make a mistake, you can open version history, and restore an old version of your Project.