If you’re like most people, you probably have a lot of ideas for blog posts but don’t know where to start. In this article, we’ll show you how to organize your blog posts in Scrivener, so that you can easily write and edit them.
First, create a new project in Scrivener and name it “Blog Posts.” Next, open the “Posts” folder and add all of your blog post ideas to it.
You can use the “Type” dropdown menu to change the type of document each post is.
Once you’ve added all of your posts, it’s time to start organizing them. You can do this by using the “Tags” field to categorize your posts.
For example, you could create tags for each post’s main topic (such as “Technology,” “Sales,” or “Productivity”), as well as tags for specific sections or scenes in each post (such as “Introduction,” “Design Ideas,” or “Conclusion”).
Now that your posts are organized, it’s time to start writing them! To begin, click on the “Writer” button and select the appropriate document type for your post. Then, start writing! You can use the magnifier window to examine your work closely and make changes if necessary.
When you’re finished writing, it’s time to edit your post. To do this, click on the “Editing” button and select the appropriate document type for your post.
Then, use the Magnifier window and the Text Editor toolbar to make changes to your text.
Finally, it’s time to publish your post! To do this, click on the “Publish” button and select the appropriate document type for your post. Then, fill out all of the necessary information (such as title, date, and category), and click on the “Publish” button.
Your blog posts are now organized and ready to be published! Congrats!.