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TLDR: Use labels to organize your scripts


Labels are a way to sort and filter your scripts so you can easily find and organize your scripts. They are also useful for setting the status of a script "Draft", "In Progress", "Ready to Shoot", etc.

Labels are shared with your Team, and each Team have their own set of labels.

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Creating and adding labels

To add a label to a script, go to your Scripts page. Then click down arrow button to reveal options for the script. Select "Manage Labels"

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After clicking "Manage Labels", a modal will appear. Within this modal, you'll see an option to add a new label:

Type the name of the label, then close the modal. 

Table View

The label is now applied to your script. In order to see the label, you'll need to change your script layout view to Table View (introduced with this update)

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Toggling the view:

Filtering with labels

Now that you have applied a label, you can use the label to filter your scripts. When a label filter is applied, you'll only see scripts that have the specified label.
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Removing labels

To remove a label, navigate to "Manage Labels" as described before. When the modal is open, you'll see all the labels. Labels with a solid background are applied to a script. Outlined labels are not applied to the script. To remove a label from a script, click on the label so that it appears as outlined instead of solid. Note: Removing a label from a script does not delete the label itself. 

Deleting Labels

Delete a label by clicking the trash can icon that appears next to the text in the Label Filter:
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Note: You can only delete labels that aren't currently applied to a script.