Tips and Tricks for Scrivener

New Scrivener Resources

Over the weekend of August 18-20th, I will be running a Scrivener workshop at the RWNZ conference in Rotorua, New Zealand. It's not the first time I've run a workshop on Scrivener, and it won't be the last. Regardless, I'm still looking forward to it.

Those who have seen my Tips and Tricks for Scrivener videos will know how much I love the software (even though it has its faults), and I love to encourage writers to use this program, which was designed for writers.

In preparation for the RWNZ conference, I have developed a few more handouts and other resources for Scrivener. I'd like to share those resources with the faithful followers of my blog too.

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Backups & Cloud Syncing in Scrivener

Tips and Tricks for Scrivener: Video Series

It has been a long time in production, but it's finally here. The first of the new videos in Tips and Tricks for Scrivener is now available.

As a reminder, in the first series, we examined the steps needed to get started and compile your manuscripts. There were videos on how to start a new project or import Word files. We looked at how to compile your manuscripts for submission or into eBook format. We even looked at some of the differences between the Mac and Windows versions of Scrivener.

In the second series, we'll delve a little deeper into the capabilities of Scrivener, including how to make templates and backup files.

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