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New video… the best Scrivener tip ever (maybe)

I wrote a while back about what I thought was the best Scrivener trick ever (maybe), a little strategy for keeping alive ideas that don’t have a place in the narrative when they occur, but probably will if you keep hold of them.

It’s a dead simple ruse and one that leads to a quick demo using my new video toy Screenflow. So here it is. Basically a way of setting up a custom folder and using it for scene ideas that seem to have a place in the story, but not one you can work out when they occur to you.

2 thoughts on “New video… the best Scrivener tip ever (maybe)

  1. M.H. Alipalo

    I also have a similar folder for "Unplaced Dialogue," and am wondering if you use a similar folder or would just place these bits in the "Unplaced Scenes" folder.

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