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Writing can be a time-consuming passion and the twists and turns of any plot line can be hard to follow especially when ideas keep coming to you. yWriter is an interesting app that helps you treat any novel as a project, by breaking it into chapters and scenes.

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The program has a clean interface that’s extremely easy to work with. Basically, the app helps you organize thoughts and ideas, key scenes and “put meat” on the characters.

New projects can be created from scratch or with the help of a step-by-step wizard.

The program can create an undefined number of chapters. Descriptions can be added to these in order to have a better view of all the important points in the story. Each chapter contains multiple scenes that can be moved around whenever you want.

The scenes contain the story itself, but the plot can further be sketched by adding a viewpoint, additional details, choosing the characters that take part of the scene and the location, as well as including notes and pictures.

Each character can be shaped with the help of a brief form. Aside from the short and full name, you can assign it a minor or major role. A description and a short biography can also be provided, as well as a reference picture, goals and notes.

A storyboard view is also available; this can help you get a better picture of the state of the story. As you add more scenes, chapters and characters, the board grows and you see the bigger picture.

yWriter comes with a few progress trackers, enabling you to see exactly how many words are written in a scene and how many scenes are included in a chapter.

All in all, yWriter is a great tool that can be extremely useful. Inexperienced users should be able to quickly figure out how to work with this app.

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hi this is Katie Weiland and I'm going to run you real quick through the process of using and setting up a project document in space Jax outline software why writer will start out by clicking project in the top task bar and then we'll take the easy way out it's a new project wizard that's you can see it and we'll punch next type in your title dawn which is Mike recede book which comes out on October 1st author and then specify your project folder this little ellipsis button is actually the Browse button so you can select where you want to put it infinite and then we're going to go so we're going to punch chapter so we can start adding our typers create new chapter um type in your chapter description which okay and the chapter is going to show up over here in the left column and if we click on it we get to see the description we just wrote show up down here in this box at the bottom this is really handy once you've got a bunch of chapters you can just click on go through the chapter titles and click on one and the descriptions will show up down here so you can see at a glance what's happening in any particular chapter okay so the next thing we're going to do is we're going to Stewart adding characters and locations and props so Punch character and then punch add you and then type in the character's name shortening which would just so you don't have to have his whole name every time he pops up indicate whether he's a major or minor character is full name the alternates you may go by any tags nine tips enter here and then a brief description then we can click over to bio you mean you can it's really pretty extensive which you can do here or you can put down your character notes anything else indicate the goals that he has and you can even upload a picture if you come across a picture that looks like your character wants to you can go ahead and select that and upload it and then we're going to go ahead and add locations add new and just type in our first patient and brief description if you want and your tags again you can add a picture which is the adding the picture of the location is actually a new feature in why writer five I have used it before but I'm really excited about it and then we can add in tools items I know and I don't use this very often but it's handy if you have like a MacGuffin something that all the characters are after and that you need to keep track of where it is at any given time so you can type that in and use it in this field and then we're going to punch scene now that we've got some a character in a location to play with punch creating and this pop box is going to come up and then you've got all kinds of options that you can keep track of information why writer was initially designed be a word processor you can go ahead and type your whole story right into why writer I don't do that I'm more comfortable with Microsoft Word I use that to actually write my story and I just keep all my outline notes in why writer I'm an extensive outliner I end up with piles upon piles of notebooks full of my horrible handwriting so I just transcribe that into why writer so I can have all my information right there at my fingertips while I'm writing it so I type in my scene notes into this field and then you can indicate the viewpoint all the characters that you've created will show up in this little drop-down menu and it's the only one we have right now so obviously he is our only choice but you can select the viewpoint and you can title the scene and add any further notes down at the very bottom there's another little field which I suspect was used for outline notes if you're already using this field up here to type the actual body of your story so then we can start working on various details you can indicate whether the scene is an action scene or there's something the characters are starting something or whether they're reacting to something that's already been started you can indicate whether it's um the main plot the subplot you can add tags you can indicate where you're at with it if you if you're just outlining it if you finish the draft if you're editing if you're completely done with it the ratings feature is kind of handy you can use this probably can't see that I'll move it over you can use this to indicate how important the scene is in various levels whether how relevant it is how high the tensions supposed to be how much humor that sort of thing the time features one that I found especially helpful it allows you to indicate what get exactly what time a particular scene is taking place how long it's going to take this is really handy if you're doing a story that where you're on kind of a short timeline everything's crammed together allows you to be able to reference between scenes to make sure that you're not ending up with a 27-hour day or two events that are happening at the same time so it's really handy for keeping track of that then we can pick our location and you can add that into this section if we'd added any items we could put that in this section just drag it over and and then further notes I mean there's all kinds of places to keep notes you can add pictures if you need to and then you've got information about the characters over here all the characters who are going to show up in this scene we only have an and so we can only indicate the he's here but we've got you so you can keep track of all the characters that are present in a given scene which is really handy if you're like 50 chapters into it and you're wondering if such-and-such was present at this earlier scene I have to do is come here and look and see if he was there so much handier than having to run a search through your Word document so anyway there's our scene we can go down to the bottom here punch save and excellent and after that it's just a matter of adding keep adding the scenes you know it all your information will show down here in these tabs although we typed in so you don't have to use the pop-up box to view it it all shows up down here other than that it's just a matter of adding the chapters and the scenes and the characters and locations and the items that you want it has several fun little extras you can keep track of your work schedule it'll make creative synopsis for you using the notes that you've made for the chapter headings and scene headings it also has this cool little feature that's a storyboard which I'm probably you probably aren't going to get a good idea of it too because I've only added the one character but it will keep track of all the different POVs that you've added and show which scenes are happening in which characters POV so you can get a sense of the balance of how your POV is are balancing out it's really nice let's see there's also where here's where you'll be able to look at your scene ratings which we didn't make but see down here it shows you the various scenes and where they rank on these four categories that you can indicate in the scene build relevance tension humor and quality and also it allows you to back up all your work let debug your work it's really user friendly once you get the basics figured out it's a breeze to use it's so easy to keep track of all your stuff you'll be able to see it your seat chapters and scenes at a glance and easily click through your outline to find any particular scene where it puts all your information right at your fingertips it's so much better than flipping through piles of notebooks and it's a lot more fun too you can download the software free of charge at space.com slash why writer 5 HTML and if you're not already at my blog wordplay you can check that out at wordplay - km Weiland that's WEEI la & D blog spot.com thanks for listening


File Size: 7.4 MB Downloads: 18389
Added: September 11 2023 User rating: 3.8
Supported Operating System: Win Vista, Win Vista 64 bit, Win 7, Win 7 64 bit, Win 8, Win 8 64 bit, Win 10, Win 10 64 bit

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