Happy Friday! I’m at the Writers in the Storm blog today talking about how to save your words in Scrivener with the Snapshots feature. I hope you’ll check it out. I’m traveling and may not be able to respond quickly, but I’ll pop in to answer questions when I can. Cheers from Alaska!
Planning to edit a file, but don’t want to lose your current version? Try Snapshots. The Snapshots feature has been upgraded in Scrivener 2.x and is now infinitely more useful. Let’s take a look. Create a Snapshot of Your Current File Use these steps when your cursor is in the editor pane of the file
If you’re planning to revise a scene (or whole section of your MS), it’s smart to keep a backup of the old version in case you change your mind. Especially if you’re making major changes. Within Scrivener, one option for keeping the original version of a scene is through the Snapshots feature. It allows you