I like data, especially data that shows me I’m making progress on my projects, like Scrivener’s Project History.
A quick reference window is the quickest way to pull things up in Scrivener when I need to see them, but don’t want to lose my place in my writing.
This week, in the #52WeeksOfScrivener series, we’re talking about Revision Mode: how to use it, what it’s good for, and how it differs from Word’s Track Changes.
Composition Mode is excellent for writing without distraction, especially if you’re trying to hit a certain word count (cough – NaNoWriMo – cough).
Here are four NaNoWriMo Scrivener tips that have been super helpful to me in the past when trying to write 50,000 words in a month. Good luck!
This little Scrivener trick allows me to embed websites inside the project I’m working on so that I can reference them without going online.