Deeper Project Structuring
As a writer of series and/or multiple stories in the same world I'd like the ability to keep all my books together with my world notes etc without having a clutter of manuscripts or the plotline 'folders'.
Under consideration Organization Suggested by: AJ Hunter • Upvoted: yesterday • Comments: 10
I'm doing this for one project, but the project name takes on the name of the first book I've added, which is kind of annoying.
I'd love to be able to share story notes between projects, so that I can have different projects for different books in a series but keep the notes consistent.
I agree that if I have multiple stories following a set of characters it’d be trying to cross-reference
I've a short story collection project where each short story is a "chapter" (happy about the prologue option, to turn the numbering off!). Some stories fit together into a specific theme ... and, well, yes, more levels would be helpful :).
Specifically the ability to name a project after your series name, instead of first book name, would be fantastic. I get around it by adding a book to the top of the manuscript list, call that my project and delete its automatic chapter 1, but that's a little clunky. Still, at least my project then appears as "The <Whatever> Series" instead of by the first book's name.
This would be very useful. Especially for those of us who write multiple series in the same general universe. Being able to group things together would be very useful, especially if there was cross-referencing capability, though the latter is not necessary. (Frankly I use other locations for world building since the cross-referencing I prefer tends to make most programs curl up and cry in a corner.)
I would love to be able to sort my manuscript into series lists/group
This would be great. Am planning a series of fantasy books, and to be able to keep notes, characters and timelines all in one place is precisely what i am looking for.
Yes this is needed! I would love to duplicate folders in one project and add them to other projects or tie them together.
J. S. Elliot
Yeah, this would work out nicely for my epics.