As you’ve probably figured out by now, I like data, especially data that shows me I’m making progress on my projects. So today we’re going to talk about your Scrivener Project History. It’s new since the software update and I totally dig it. (This post assumes you’ve already upgraded. If not, you can read my […]
In short: Scrivener 3.0 is great. But there is one little thing you will want to know to avoid frustration as you make the transition.
Four simple steps for accessing your research, character studies, or place descriptions while writing in Composition Mode in Scrivener.
These three little tricks transform the Scrivener Corkboard from a neat bit of functionality into a real resource for writers.
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.
(This post assumes you’re already using Scrivener. If you haven’t made the leap yet, check out my post “5 Reasons You Should Be Using Scrivener.”) Okay, I just had to share this. I recently discovered the Scrivener name generator.