Mark Scenes as Draft or Complete
When working on a project, I would like a way to quickly visually identify which scenes have been finished and which scenes are still in progress. Ideally, they would have different colors and/or icons.
Under consideration Editing Plotting Suggested by: Christie Jennings-Wyckoff • Upvoted: 14 Mar • Comments: 7
Given Dabble's focus on simplicity, this feature could go several ways. My preference is to use color and let me decide what the color means. Red, yellow, green may work for me but a different culture would use different colors. Others might only want two different states, someone else may want seven. Give us lots of choices and remember the colors (settings?) we have used for easy reuse. Lots of color choices help with color blindness also.
I like John’s idea, to be able to add a color to a scene so I know what stage it’s at.
Agree that use of color could be used for this function. Overall, general word processing features would be very helpful.
Tiarra Lauderdale Merged
Under the manuscript side making it so that we can color code the chapters, or ad tags to them or notes on that side. So I know what is finished not finished or somethint along those lines
"Adding colors to the Chapter Section" (suggested by Tiarra Lauderdale on 2021-12-05), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
If all stories have scenes and all people write scenes then all people who write scenes ,if they use Dabble , will love this update and praise Dabble forever more.
Implement this simple request ASAP, So that we may sing your praises to the literate and the illiterate.
And to Dabble— of course! 🌈🤞🙏
Oh my gosh, this would be amazing!!!. This would make life so much easier!