Importing Scripts from Google Drive

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This support article covers the following applications:

Teleprompter for Video App Icon

Teleprompter for video

Scripted Video for Business App Icon

Script videos for businesses

Import from the Teleprompter App

From the recording screen, tap the Scripts icon to access your scripts.

Tap on the scripts icon in the menu

Your scripts will be listed here if you have any.

To import a script from Google Drive, tap the + button in the top right corner, and then select Add from Google Drive.

How to add your script to the teleprompter
Import scripts from Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, iCloud or Box

Sign in to your Google Drive account, and select the file you wish to import. You can import files in .doc, .docx, .rtf, .txt, .pdf formats.

The script will then load into the editing page of the app, where you can make amendments, add formatting, and then Save.

After pressing Save, the script will appear in your list of scripts, and can be used for recording by tapping the Select button.

After import, your script will appear in the edit screen.
Your scripts will be listed in the app, ready for recording

Import from Google Drive App

If you already have the Google Drive App installed on your device, you can also import scripts directly from there.

  • Open the Google Drive app
  • Find the script you wish to import into the teleprompter
  • Tap the 3 dots […] next to the file name
  • Select the option Open in
  • In the list of app icons, scroll to the far right and tap the 3 dots [… More]
  • Tap Teleprompter
  • The teleprompter app will open and the script will appear

Issues?

If you are facing issues with loading your scripts from Google Drive, it is also possible to link your Google Drive account to the Files App, and import scripts using the Add from Files option. For full instructions on how to do this, please read this article – Importing Scripts using the Files App


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