Tag Archives: Scrivener

Moving to Ulysses Made Easy

Moving a writing project from Scrivener to Ulysses is not only quick, it’s easy too. Even better, the images come with the text. Nice!

Manage Society Articles with Scrivener

How does your society maintain the many articles published in your quarterly journals and newsletters? Over the years those publications become quite an archive of genealogical goodness. That’s the good news. The bad news is that in many cases your archive is mostly paper copies. Even if you’ve saved the master copies created on desktop […]

Bookmark Your Favourites in Scrivener for iOS

Drilling through a hefty binder of hierarchical files on an iPhone can be a chore, so Scrivener on iOS lets you bookmark documents to make them easily accessible. Just tap the ribbon icon in the editor footer to add the file to a special “Bookmarks” group at the top of the binder. You can also […]

Scrivener for iOS

Scrivener for iOS will hit the app store on July 20th. It will cost $19.99 and require iOS 9.0 or above. An update has been released for the desktop version of Scrivener which will be needed so your work can easily move from desktop to mobile and back. To learn more about Scrivener for iOS, […]

Society Scrivener

How does your society maintain the many articles published in your quarterly journals and newsletters? Over the years those publications become quite an archive of genealogical goodness. That’s the good news. The bad news is that in many cases your archive is mostly paper copies. Even if you’ve saved the master copies created on desktop […]

Scrivener for the Family Historian

Lynn Palermo’s Scrivener guide doesn’t just tell you how Scrivener works. She provides step-by-step descriptions on how to take advantage of Scrivener’s many features to plan, organize, write, edit and compile your family history project. Scrivener can be intimidating to first-time users, but Lynn does a wonderful job of breaking it all down into basic […]

Send an Evernote to Scrivener

Do you have notes in Evernote that you would like to add to a Scrivener writing project for easier access? If you are a Mac user, you’ll be pleasantly surprised to see how easy it is to make this happen. I discovered that if I have a project open in Scrivener, I can use Evernote’s […]

Scrivener for iOS is REAL!

It’s been so long, I’d given up hope. It looks like there really is a Scrivener for iOS in the works . . . I’ve now finished the rewrite and it’s in internal alpha-testing, which is going well – in fact, I was on holiday last week, and wrote exclusively using Scrivener on my iPad […]

Scrivener Updates

Both the Windows and Mac versions of Scrivener have been updated. You’ll find a few changes in the user interface – especially on the Mac version so it fits in with the look and feel of the new OS. They have also incorporated the latest version of MultiMarkdown (v. 4). Most of the updates are […]

Family History Writing Platforms

Are you like me and writing your family history one story at a time as your research discovers it? I’ve watched my collection of “little stories” grow significantly over the years. Now, it’s a matter of getting all of those stories collected and organized so they can be used to create family history projects to […]