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As mentioned elsewhere, Plotbot keeps track of everything written in and about your screenplay.


Along the right side, you'll see a name and time attributed to each element, telling you who wrote it when. Underneath that, you'll see how many versions of the element there are, if more than one version exists.

Clicking on this will show you every revision made to the element, and by whom. From here, you can select a previous version of the element to restore it to the screenplay. You can also revert previously deleted elements this way - again, nothing is lost.

You can leave and respond to comments about the screenplay as a whole, an individual scene, or even each individual element - go ahead and let the group know that you think the second interpretation of GUY WITH BIG TEETH's dialogue was better than the third.

Posted on 05/26/2008.

on 07/01/2012

Versioning doesn't work. If writing a screen play in real time is a feature in plotbot, this could be a deal breaker.


on 05/06/2013

I cant get it to work either. Hours of work lost.


on 06/12/2013

When I click on the versions link, nothing happens. This is a big problem! I need to get back to earlier versions.

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