Title Page

Your Title Page is its own document with specialized formatting that comes preloaded with the project name as the title and your name in the author slot. Add other necessary details, effortlessly.

Learn more about how to create a screenplay title page.

Open Title Page

  1. Select File > Open Title Page
    1. It will open in a new tab


  1. Go to the Project widget 
    1. In Flow, Simplified, Hybrid, and Mobile Layouts this will be found in the left sidebar
  2. Select the Title Page
    1. It will open in a new tab

OR in Hybrid, Classic, Expanded and Custom Layouts

  1. Click the project title displayed to the right in the top menu bar.
    1. It will open in a new tab

Edit Title Page

  1. Open the Title Page
  2. Edit content as needed
    1. To add new lines or change a line type, select a line type from the Line Types widget on the left side of the display or select Format > Line Type and then select the desired line typed. 
    2. Add as much content as necessary even if it creates new pages. The Title Page page count will not affect the Default Document's (script) page count. 

Export and Print without Title Page

  1. Follow the Export a PDF steps
    1. Drag the Title Page to the Do Not Include section

  1. Select Customize > PDF
  2. Under Title page, uncheck the box next to Basic title page
  3. Select
    1. OR Select File > Export Default PDF
      1. This setting will apply to all future PDF exports of this document

Project Name & Title Defaults

By default, the project name will apply to the Title Page. To change this, un-sync the Project Name and Title Page, or see Set External Project Backups or Export a Document.

Un-sync Project Name and Title Page

  1. Open Project widget 
  2. Select the three dots to the right of the project name
  3. Select Settings
  4. Uncheck the box next to Sync project name on title page
  5. Select Done

Upload a Custom Title Page - Pro Feature

The custom title page will not be visible in the project. You will be able to see it upon exporting.

  1. Select Customize > PDF
  2. Check the box for Custom title page
  3. Select
    1. The Custom Title Page will only be visible upon export.

Apply the Title Page Template

This is great if you need a second title page for multiple submissions or you need to reset the template of your Title Page for any reason. 

  1. Select Format > Document Template > Default Templates > Title Page
    1. If there is content on the page, it will change the formatting of the content but will not replace the content.
    2. To get a brand new Title Page with the preloaded content, remove all content from the document and then apply the template.
Preloaded Title Page for a New Project

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