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Scrivener 3: NEW FEATURE Using Multiple Scrivener Projects in Tabs

Leisa Eining, Writer & Scrivener Enthusiast

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15 Videos (38m)
    • Intro to Using Multiple projects

    • Using Multiple Scrivener Projects

    • Floating Windows

    • Full Screen Mode

    • Moving Content: Folders, Files & Images

    • Moving Content: Text

    • Drag and Drop Selections of Text

    • Copy Project Settings and Keywords from one Project to another

    • Compose Mode: Using Two Projects

    • Part One: Setup File Directory

    • Using Bookmarks to Reference other Scrivener Projects

    • Part Two: Step One

    • Part Two: Step Two

    • Part Two: Final Step

    • Wrap up


About This Class


Optimize your working and writing process with multiple Scrivener projects!

You can do a lot with just one Scrivener Project--especially with Scrivener 3’s new and enhanced features; but using multiple Scrivener Projects at one time can turbocharge its power and flexibility.  

In this course, you will learn:

  • How and why to use multiple Scrivener project files
  • Use multiple Scrivener project files in tabs
  • Float Scrivener project files and Quick Reference Panels
  • Work in Full Screen Mode
  • Use Quick Reference Panels from multiple Projects at once
  • Move document files, folders and images from one project to another
  • Move text excerpts from one project to another
  • Use two Scrivener Projects in Compose mode
  • Use two screens in Compose mode for truly distraction free writing
  • Use two screens in Compose mode with one Scrivener Project

NOTE:  This won't be available in the Windows version of Scrivener 3  (Currently in Beta). However, you can use the tabs in the taskbar in a similar fashion.  

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Leisa Eining

Writer & Scrivener Enthusiast

Scrivener 3 for Mac was released in November of 2017, but Scrivener 3 for Windows is on its way.  It is currently in Beta and could be released by the end of 2018 or early 2019.  All of my Scrivener courses are created via Screencasts in the Mac version of Scrivener 3, but from what I have seen in the Beta version, the Windows version is at least (maybe more than) 95 percent identical to the Mac version.  Where there are differences, I will be including screencast tutorials in ...

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