Since I upgraded from Scrivener 1 to Scrivener 3 for Windows recently, I took the time to update all my past Scrivener tutorials so that the instructions can be followed for users of both versions. Going forward, I’ll likely create tutorials only for the later version, since I find it’s working well for me, but for those interested, you can find all the posts I’ve recently updated right here. Happy Thanksgiving weekend to those who celebrate it!
Is there a particular tutorial or other Scrivener-related post you’d like to see me write in the future? Let me know in the comments below!
Shannon Fallon is an aspiring author currently developing her debut novel The Binding of Magic. She lives in Wisconsin with her cat Willowstripe, who loves to sleep on her lap while she writes... and pester her when not being given enough attention. She graduated from Cardinal Stritch University in 2014 with bachelor's degrees in writing and computer science. She currently works as a Senior Programmer Analyst for a property and casualty insurance company that creates much of the software used by its employees. When she's not wrangling unruly code, she enjoys reading a mix of modern and classic literature, exchanging feedback with other writers, and relaxing with a good video game.
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Thanks for sharing these tips, Shannon. Scrivener gives writers the ability to do more than most writing apps. For those of use who grew up on MS Word, Scrivener at first seems counter-intuitive. But over time, the app becomes like a second-skin for writers. The confusion disappears, and the fun begins!
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