Back in the analog days, many writers would use index cards to brainstorm and outline books. You would write some text about each chapter or scene on a card, then you could move them around and rearrange them on a corkboard or whiteboard, using pins or magnets. The free and flexible nature of index cards allowed you to arrange them any way you wanted, to rearrange them at will, and you could stack related cards to group them.
Scrivener’s Corkboard is an innovative feature that lets you outline a project using the visual metaphor of index cards but on a computer screen. In Organize Your Scrivener Project with the Corkboard, we looked at the basics of using the Corkboard; in this article, I show you 5 tips that will help you get the most out of this feature.
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