How to get up and running with Scrivener Dictation and how it can be super useful both in writing and researching your projects. #52WeeksOfScrivener
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.