In addition to managing multiple documents in the Binder, Scrivener allows you to tag these documents, using keywords, so you can search for documents containing these tags. You may want to use keywords to mark scenes with specific characters, or in specific locations. You may want to use keywords to mark scenes that take place in the present, and others for flashbacks. You may also want to use keywords to indicate the status of your documents: draft, edited, final, etc.
In this article, I’m going to tell you how to apply keywords to Scrivener documents, and how to leverage keywords to help you manage your projects.
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