When you work with a Scrivener project, you may have lots of information that you distill into your final work. You might have loads of research into characters, places, and events that you store in your Research folder. You may have drafts and sketches that you store in your project’s Binder. But you may also have notes; small bits of text, reminders, observations, ideas, and quotes that you need to check back on as you progress. And, while you write, you might want to take notes to remind yourself of things to check, fill out, and fix.
Scrivener lets you store notes in your project, attached to its files, and even provides a handy Scratchpad that you can use to jot down thoughts as you work.
Here’s how to work with notes in Scrivener projects.
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