Add a Story Part

If you already have started a story, you can add a part to it at any time, online or offline. Remember, your story can have up to 200 parts.

Click on a platform to find out more.

On iOS

  1. Tap on the pencil icon on the bottom menu bar
  2. Select Edit another story
  3. Tap on the story that you want to add a part to
  4. Tap on Add a Part at the bottom of the page or the + in the upper right-hand corner
  5. Title your story part and start writing

Once you’ve finished writing and given your part a title, you have the following options:

  • Publish the part
    • Swipe down on the page and press Publish
    • Fill out at least a title and choose a category
    • Press Publish
  • Save the part as a draft
    • Swipe down on the page and tap on the part number on the top menu bar (e.g. Part 1)
    • select Save as Draft
    • press the back arrow to back out of the story part
  • Preview the part
    • Swipe down on the page and tap on the part number on the top menu bar (e.g. Part 1)
    • select Preview
    • press the back arrow to back out of preview

Please note: If you publish the part, it will appear on your profile.

On Android

  1. Tap on the pencil icon on the bottom menu bar
  2. Select Edit another story
  3. Tap on the story that you want to add a part to
  4. Tap on the + in the upper right-hand corner
  5. Title your story part and start writing

You can also add photos or videos; check out our guide on adding media: [link here]

Once you’ve finished writing and given your part a title, you have the following options:

  • Save the part
    • Tap on the checkmark in the upper right-hand corner
  • Preview the part
    • Tap on the three dots in the upper right-hand corner
    • Select Preview
    • Tap the back arrow when you’re done previewing
  • Publish the part
    • Tap on the three dots in the upper right-hand corner
    • Select Publish
    • Select a Category (everything else is optional)
    • Tap on Publish in the upper right-hand corner

Please note: If you publish the part, it will appear on your profile.

On Windows Phone

  1. Tap the three lines in the upper left-hand corner
  2. Select Create
  3. Select the story you want to add a part to
  4. Tap on Add a Part at the bottom of the page or + (Add Part) on the bottom menu bar
  5. Title your story part and start writing

You can also add photos or videos; check out our guide on adding media: [link here]

Once you’ve finished writing and given your part a title, you have the following options:

  • Save the part
    • Tap on the disk icon (Save) on the bottom menu bar
  • Preview the part
    • Tap on the eye icon (Preview)
    • Tap the back arrow (on your phone) when you’re done previewing
  • Publish the part
    • Tap on the rectangle icon (Publish) on the bottom menu bar
    • Type in a description and some tags (optional)
    • Tap on rectangle icon (Publish) on the bottom menu bar again

Please note: If you publish the part, it will appear on your profile.

On Web

  1. Click on Create on the top menu bar
    • If your story has no drafts: click on New Part (on the right-hand side).
    • If your story has drafts: click on the story name, then Add Part on the next page
  2. Title your story part and start writing

You can also add photos or videos; check out our guide on adding media: [link here]

Once you’ve finished writing and given your part a title (optional), you have the following options:

  • Save and preview the part
    • Click on Save & Preview
  • Publish the part
    • Click on Publish
    • Add a cover (optional) and then click Next
    • Type in a description (optional) then click Publish
    • Click on View and share your story and you’ll be able to view your new part as a reader would see it

Please note: If you publish the part, it will appear on your profile.


Troubleshooting

If you’re having trouble publishing your story part (or parts, it might be that you’re unverified. Please see our guide on verification for more details: Verify Email

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