Save Every Word with Scrivener’s Snapshots Feature – From the Writers in the Storm Blog


A lot of the scenes I write get deleted or gutted, but that doesn’t mean I want to lose my original words. Because of my crazy writing process, I have to lay down a lot of words before I find the core of my story. Which means I often go back to old scenes and pilfer snippets of conversations, descriptions, or other elements, even if I’ve completely changed everything else.

I have a folder in Scrivener to store unused (read: deleted) sections, but maintaining copies of every version of every working scene could get unwieldy or confusing. Luckily, Scrivener has a better way to store old versions of your work: snapshots.

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