Text-to-speech: click your cursor to the point in your story where you want the computer to start reading, then go to Edit -> Speech -> Start Speaking.
Scrivener is, by default, backing up your work every time you stop typing and storing those backups in a location you’re probably not even aware of.
In my experience agents and editors like to see smart quotes in a manuscript. They just look more elegant, more professions, more… smart.
This little trick has actually saved me a ton of grief.
The #52WeeksOfScrivener continues with a post about label colors: how to add them and change them so that they work for you.
short, your Front Matter includes the pages in your book that come before the story actually starts. Scrivener gives you a lot of flexibility with it.