In a recent article, we looked to how you can use snapshots to save versions of your Scrivener projects. We explained what snapshots are, how they work, and how to take snapshots.
In this article, we want to go further, showing you what you can do with snapshots. We’ll look at how you can manage snapshots, how you can compare them to current versions of documents in your project, and how you can restore snapshots if you want to.
Read the rest of the article on The L&L Blog.
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