Scrivener’s philosophy is based on the awareness that many, if not most, writers don’t write long works from beginning to end, but rather jump around and build their projects in a non-linear manner. You write in the Editor, but Scrivener has three main ways to organize and rearrange your project: the Binder, Corkboard, and Outliner.
In recent articles, we’ve looked at how to power up the Binder, understanding how folders and texts work; how to use the Corkboard to brainstorm and rearrange your project; and how to plan your project using the Outliner.
In this article, I’m going to discuss how you can integrate these three powerful organizational tools when working on Scrivener projects.
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