I feel like Christmas is coming early. On the same day I grew envious of Mac users once again (the reportedly fantastic Ulysses writing program has just released onto the iPad) I read of the released to in-house beta for Scrivener iOS.
And once through the thorough beta testing program, it's coming with the capability for both Windows and Mac desktop Scrivener users to sync through Dropbox.
Ah, it reminds me of my old software testing days. I'm very excited to watch how it goes.
Incidentally, for those like me who use Evernote and Scrivener on a daily basis, Gwen Hernandez has just posted an instructional on how to use Evernote notes inside of Scrivener. I suffer from similar problems in using Web based imports into Win Scrivener, but am impressed by Gwen's alternative option in exporting first. WTH had I not thought of that?
And if you still can't wait for ScriviOS, here's a techie post by Steve Hopstaken on editing Scrivener files on IOS devices via an RTF editor and iCloud sync.
Okay, the penultimate post in the yearlong #52Tech series. The final one next week will simply provide an index post for the entire series. And this one contains a rundown of personal favourite Top 2 apps I use for writing.
These will not be a surprise at all. Both of these apps got me through as a winner this NaNoWriMo, and are now taking me into editing and revision.
Continue reading “#52Tech Week 51–All Time Favourite Tech for Writers”
At the end of July Evernote and Fastpencil announced a partnership which will allow Evernote users to publish their note content to a PDF or ebook ready for distribution.
Continue reading “#E4W–Publish a Book from Evernote through Fastpencil”
This is a Productivity Fortnight Bonus post, with tips in using Evernote for more efficiency as a writer.
Continue reading “Productivity Bonus– 10 Tips to be a more Productive Writer using Evernote”
This is week 18’s post for the #52Tech series. Today I look briefly at a free webservice which lets us look at our Evernote files in a visual mind-map type environment.
This post also doubles up as an #E4W or #Evernote4Writers post.
Continue reading “#52Tech #E4W | Week 18–Mohiomap your Evernote”
Finally, full integration through mobile between Feedly and Evernote, plus several other great clipping features.
This is a supplementary post to today’s #26Tech A-Z Submission and Sales Tracking Apps post.
This post falls under the #Evernote4Writers book to blog series.
Read on for how to create and maintain a submission tracking dataset within Evernote.
Continue reading “#E4W Using Evernote to Keep Track of Writing or Creative Submissions”
This is a supplementary post to today’s #26Tech A-Z Quotes App post. This post falls under the #Evernote4Writers book to blog series.
Read on for a tutorial on using the free Evernote notes app for collecting inspirational quotes, book excerpts or citations.
Continue reading “#E4W Using Evernote for a Quote, Excerpt or Citation Collection”
I have a two-pronged approach for my holiday shopping this year. Using Evernote as a basic tool, I am both managing my own family gift purchases, and have a method for sharing what I may like Santa to consider for me, if he deems I've been a good girl.