The Scrivener Timeline feature is so intuitive, it’s hard to believe that it wasn’t one of the first things developed back in version 1.0, but it didn’t become a thing until version 3.0. It was worth the wait.
Scrivener Collections can be super useful for organizing your work in various ways without messing up your draft. Let’s explore…
A little while ago, I noticed subtle differences in the appearance of my binder icons. Some of the page icons had folded corners, some looked like note cards.
Scrivener keywords take a few minutes to set up, but they can be really revealing when used well. Here’s a step-by-step guide to making them work for you.
We’re continuing the #52WeeksOfScrivener series today with an explanation of how (and why) to split and merge scenes in Scrivener.
Writing can be hard to get back into if you stop for any significant period of time, but Scrivener (and the BuJo) can help.
I’m pretty creative, but there’s no way I would have come up with Matilde Helena Isona Virago on my own. That’s a great name