In this one-hour web session, you can expect to learn about the core features of Scrivener so you can get up and running fast. You’ll also get a glimpse of what Scrivener is capable of doing when you go beyond the basics, and you’ll have a chance to ask a “power user” questions about features you haven’t mastered.

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Time: 13:00 to 14:00

Duration: 19 March, 2021

Location: Online via Zoom—, ,

Description

This workshop is limited to 30 participants.

Scrivener is the go-to app for writers. It is a ring-binder, a scrapbook, a corkboard, an outliner, and a text editor that’s tailor-made for growing a manuscript. It is aimed at writers of all stripes—novelists, journalists, academics, screenwriters, playwrights—who need to structure a long piece of text. 

Maybe you’ve never heard of Scrivener; perhaps you’ve been thinking about trying it out on your next manuscript. Maybe you’ve been using it for a while but don’t feel you’ve tapped its full potential. Regardless of which of these categories you fall into, this workshop with a “power user” is designed to take you to the next stage.

In this one-hour web session, you can expect to learn about the core features of Scrivener so you can get up and running fast. You’ll also get a glimpse of what Scrivener is capable of doing when you go beyond the basics, and you’ll have a chance to ask a “power user” questions about features you haven’t mastered.

Workshop leader

Oliver Evensen is a Sci-Fi/Fantasy Writer with over ten years of experience using Scrivener. He started working for Literature and Latte in 2018 and loves helping users learn how to use Scrivener. When not writing or working, he spends his time with his family and reading a lot of books.

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