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Transfer your notes into new revisions. No more recopying notes!
How do I transfer my notes?
Because, that's kind of the coolest thing you can do in Scriptation.
Will new revision pages automatically be reflected in page color?
How to color your revision pages.
What is this transparent note that's now on my script?
Why is there a new "ghost note" on my script after I transferred?
How long does it take for annotations to transfer?
Moving all your notes over? No problem.
How do I transfer notes to a new set of pages? Collate
You just received a packet of revised pages. Now what? Let's lay out a common scenario. You have a script which is marked up with all of your notes. Let's call it the **Shootin
How does Scriptation handle A Pages and Deleted Pages?
My revised script has A and B pages, plus deleted pages. Is Note Transfer going to work? Yes. When you receive your new draft, and transfer your notes, Scriptation is able to recognize properly formatted A and B pages, and will transfer your annotations into the new draft. If there are deleted pages, and script content has been absorbed onto adjoining pages, those annotations will transfer as well. If content has been deleted enti
What are Deleted Annotations?
What are Deleted Annotations, and what is this new crossed out icon on my toolbar? When you receive a new draft and transfer your notes, if script content that had annotations was deleted as part of the rewrite, you may have some Deleted Annotations and a new icon will be added onto the Top Toolbar. You'll first be made aware of any Deleted
I got a pop-up during Note Transfer. Do I tap Preserve or Delete?
Understanding the difference between Preserve and Delete. While performing a Note Transfer, users sometimes receive the following message. This message appears when a New Draft has Inserted Pages (such as added pages, [facing pages](/en/article/how-to-add-facing-pages-to-your-script-1qh8