The go-to app for writers of all kinds.
Scrivener 3 is a major update to Scrivener that not only brings some very cool new features but also improves and simplifies what was already there
Great templates, places for research notes, footnotesCons:
The only other alternative is MS Word which sucks
I've been using Scrivener for two projects: a novel, and a photo book. It is helping me with these projects very well. Unlike Word, I can create a section where I can put research notes. Who knows? Maybe Word does have this function but it is a pain to use Word, and you have to pay the Microsoft tax. One thing I really like is being able to synch across multiple devices. I can edit on my desktop, laptop, and mobile phone. If you're working on a novel or a photo book, this is for you.Barce has used this product for one year.
Easy to use, great to organise writing, focuses on the experienceCons:
I live and die by Scrivener since I first started using it years ago. It doesn't lag, doesn't bug, and does exactly what you need it for: provide a space where everything is taken care of and you can just write.
I use it for everything, from corporate communication to personal projects. It's probably one of my top 10 tools that I've ever used.Anna Winterstein has used this product for one year.
Customisable UI and use of screen space, interoperability with citation tools, amazing version control, easy to compile to wordCons:
Selecting a block of text and then creating a comment overrides existing footnotes to the text: not optimal for academic writing.
I completed a PhD using older versions of Scrivener, using it every day for 5 years. It is an incredible tool for writing, especially for longer pieces where structure is difficult and important.
Being able to see the overall flow of a piece both in the 'binder' list and in cork board/card format was invaluable. Scrivener's thoughtful and sophisticated UI freed me to write more fluently as and when ideas came, without being distracted by second order thoughts about how to piece the ideas together. I knew I would be able to move what I had written around within the structure of a larger piece very easily and effectively later on.
I rewrote and restructured a number of chapters, and indeed the whole structure of the thesis, many times. Again the cork board, binder and 'snapshot' tools made the work of keeping track of changes and movements an absolute pleasure.
The screen set up with binder on the left, the actual text you're working on in the middle, and the 'inspector' with comments, footnotes and snapshots on the right hand side of the screen is FAR superior to what you get with more basic word processing tools, because it allows you to see and edit footnotes, comments, and the entire structure of your piece while you are working. No more annoying scrolling and hovering with the mouse.
The newest version seems to have a few nice little improvements, the most notable of which appears to be the improvement in interoperability of 'styles' with other word processors.
I can't recommend Scrivener highly enough for anyone who is serious about writing.Henry Fraser has used this product for one year.
Its itriguing to me. Im enthused about it and excited for the opportunity of checking itCons:
Can something be to engaging?
Being a lover of writing I am drawn to experience this pemium new writers epic experience.Krystal Marie Nymann has used this product for one day.