Where do I find my Adventures or other content I made?

Where do I find my Adventures or other content I made?

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My Stuff - Managing your Content

Whenever you use AI Dungeon to play an Adventure, write a story, or create a scenario or World, it will always be saved into your “My Stuff” folder under your login.

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Remember: You have to be logged in to ensure your content is saved. If you don’t log in before you play, you may not be able to access your content.
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You can get to My Stuff by clicking the “My Stuff” button in the Left Sidebar, which should take you straight to where your Adventures are stored.
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You can also get there from the home page by clicking where it says “Recently Played”, above the quick-select carousel of your most recently played Adventures, regardless of whether they’ve loaded.

Your Profile

The top of the My Stuff page has a view of your public user profile, which you can edit from here.

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Content-Type Tabs

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Near the top, you’ll see a horizontal bar which controls the kind of content you’re looking for: Adventures, Scenarios, Worlds, Bookmarked Content, and things you’ve put in your Trash.

Search Bar

If you have a lot of content under one of the tabs, you can use the search bar to narrow down what you see and find things more quickly. Simply type a word or two from the Title or Description of the content, and hit enter, and it’ll show you anything under the current tab which has those words in the Title or Description (but not the text itself).

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PROTIP: This is more helpful if the content has a memorable Title or Description, which is why it’s important to edit those if you want to find your content later!

You also have the options, whether you’ve entered terms or not, to change the sorting-order of your content with the “Sort By” dropdown, to filter out content that is older than a certain age with the “Content From” dropdown, or to apply a filter like only seeing things which you’ve published.

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Adventures

Adventures are individual, standalone playthroughs, also known as “stories”. The moment you begin a new Adventure, either from the Quick Start on the front page, a Scenario, a World, or by joining a Multiplayer game, it will be saved on our servers, and can be found here, with some description of what it is so you can reference it.

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An Adventure entry will have its Title in bold, with an indicator next to it if it is currently being Published for other people to look at. Below that will be the beginning of its description, the account that created it (probably yours), the last time it was updated, the tags, and on the right side, a set of buttons which you can use to interact with it.

Beneath any Adventure entry is a set of buttons you can use to quickly interact with it…

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Upvote any Adventure you like, even your own if you want.
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Bookmark Adventures to be able to refer back to them quickly from the “Saved” tab.
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View the Comments on the Adventure, and leave your own.
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Clicking the Play button will bring you immediately into the Adventure interface, loading the selected Adventure, allowing you to continue.

There is also a dropdown menu, which can be accessed by clicking the meatballs () in the upper-right corner of the entry.

Click this to see the options…

Play - Load the Adventure to continue from where you left off.

View - Will show you the Adventure without loading the play interface, just as you would be shown someone else’s Adventure.

Edit - Shows you the page where you can edit the Title, Descriptions, Tags, and various Adventure settings.

World Info - Takes you directly to that Adventure’s World Info.

Delete - Moves the Adventure to the Trash, where it will be Permanently Deleted. We don’t recommend you do this unless you’re sure you’ll never want to see it again!

Bookmark - Bookmark the Adventure so you can find it quickly under the “Saved” tab later.

Publish - Immediately Publish the Adventure. A prompt will show: remember to mark NSFW content before publishing it!

Once published, you’ll see the “Share” button here instead, which will give you a link you can use to show your Adventure to people on the internet.

If you want to unpublish the Adventure, you need to click the “Edit” button and scroll down to the Publish option and toggle the switch off. (You can also set the Adventure as “Unlisted” there)

Duplicate - Makes an identical copy of the Adventure, which allows you to do things like save odd states it’s in, go back and try doing something different, or just have a copy.

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Scenarios

Scenarios are pre-built templates for beginning Adventures. With a Scenario, you can start an Adventure with a beginning Prompt, text in the Memory, World Info entries, and even Scripting to change the way the interface operates.

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A Scenario entry will have its Title in bold, with an indicator next to it if it is currently being Published for other people to look at. Below that will be the beginning of its description, the account that created it (probably yours), the last time it was updated, the tags, and on the right side, a set of buttons which you can use to interact with it.

Beneath any Scenario entry is a set of buttons you can use to quickly interact with it…

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You can Upvote any Scenario you like, even your own if you want.
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You can Bookmark Scenario to be able to refer back to them quickly from the “Saved” tab.
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View the Comments on the Scenario, and leave your own.
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Clicking the Play button will start a new Adventure using that Scenario, and bring you immediately into the Adventure interface to play it.

There is also a dropdown menu, which can be accessed by clicking the meatballs (⋯) in the upper-right corner of the entry. The options in this are…

Play - Start a new Adventure from the Scenario, as if you clicked the Play button.

View - Will show you the Scenario without loading the play interface, just as you would be shown someone else’s Scenario.

Edit - Shows you the page where you can edit the Title, Descriptions, Tags, and various Adventure settings.

World Info - Takes you directly to that Scenario World Info.

Delete - Moves your Scenario to the Trash, where it will be Permanently Deleted. We don’t recommend you do this unless you’re sure you’ll never want to see it again!

Bookmark - Bookmark the Scenario so you can find it quickly under the “Saved” tab later.

Publish - Immediately Publish the Scenario. A prompt will show: remember to mark NSFW content before publishing it!

Once published, you’ll see the “Share” button here instead, which will give you a link you can use to show your Scenario to people on the internet.

If you want to unpublish the Scenario, you need to click the “Edit” button and scroll down to the Publish option and toggle the switch off. (You can also set the Scenario as “Unlisted” there)

Scripts - Brings you to the Script-Editing interface for that Scenario.

Duplicate - Makes an identical copy of the Scenario, which allows you to do things like save odd states it’s in, go back and try doing something different, or just have a copy.

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Worlds

Worlds are a complex variant of Scenarios which create heavily scripted and structured Adventures. Unlike Adventures started with Quick-Play or Scenarios, Worlds have options to create characters according to their World Info, and scripting which makes things happen in the background, adding structure and making them feel “alive”.

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A World entry will have its Title in bold, with an indicator next to it if it is currently being Published for other people to look at. Below that will be the beginning of its description, the account that created it (probably yours), the last time it was updated, the tags, and on the right side, a couple buttons which you can use to interact with it.

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Clicking the Play button beneath the Entry will bring you immediately into the Character Creation screen of the World, starting a new Adventure with it.

There is also a dropdown menu, which can be accessed by clicking the meatballs () in the upper-right corner of the entry. The options in this are…

View - Will show you the World without loading the play interface, just as you would be shown someone else’s World before starting it. That’s the screen you start from.

Edit - Shows you that World’s Creation / Editing interface, so you can modify and expand it.

World Info - Takes you directly to that World’s World Info management interface, from which you can add and remove World Info entries from your collection.

Delete - Moves the World to the Trash, where it will be Permanently Deleted. We don’t recommend you do this unless you’re sure you’ll never want to see it again!

Bookmark - Bookmark the World so you can find it quickly under the “Saved” tab later.

Publish - Immediately Publish the World. A prompt will show: remember to mark NSFW content before publishing it!

Once published, you’ll see the “Share” button here instead, which will give you a link you can use to show your World to people on the internet.

If you want to unpublish the World, you need to click the “Edit” button, click the “Summary” tab, then scroll down to the Publish option and toggle the switch off. (You can also set the World as “Unlisted” there)

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Saved

When you click the little Bookmark button on a piece of content, whether it’s an Adventure, Scenario, or World, it will be “Saved” under this tab, so you can go back and look at it later.

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Note that other users’ content that you’ve bookmark can be deleted, unpublished, or otherwise removed, which will cause it to disappear from here, unless you have Duplicated it to make your own copy.
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Trash

Content which you delete will end up under the “Trash” tab, where it will stay for a limited amount of time before being automatically deleted.

Clicking the meatballs () in the upper-right corner of the deleted item will give you a dropdown with the option to either “Restore” it from the trash, moving it back to whatever tab it belongs under, or “Permanently Delete” it, after which you will not be able to restore it.

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Deleting an item is PERMANENT. There is no set limit to the number of Adventures, Scenarios, and Worlds you can have, so you don’t need to do this. Do not delete anything you’ll want to see again!

Searching for content by other users

You can also use the Search feature to find content made by other users, assuming they’ve published it. This is a good way to read other people’s Adventures, and to play Scenarios or Worlds that other people have made.

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Remember that you can always find more information on this, or any subject, by asking on our official Discord Server, or reading the Wiki.
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