I’m getting ready for a year of blogging Scrivener for Thesis Writing and have a good stock of Scrivener for Thesis Writing posts in the pipeline.
But I’m also wondering for those already writing your thesis (either in Scrivener or in word) – do you have a wish-list?
- Is there something that you’d really like to be able to do in Scrivener but can’t figure it out?
- Is there something that you currently manage across multiple programs (e.g. word and evernote) but would be super-cool if you could do it all in Scrivener?
- Are you thesis writing in Scrivener and have a neat trick or tip to share?
Here is your chance. Please add to the wish-list via the comments section below or share your experience of Scrivener for Thesis Writing.
I’m also thinking about facilitating some Scrivener-for-Thesis-Writing workshops. If you are located on the east coast of Australia and would be interested, please get in contact.
2016 how-to posts will start next week. Until then, welcome to a year of productive thesis writing.
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