Share and Synchronize Your Project

As your Scrivener projects develops, you may also want to provide your project to a collaborator or editor. I give some ideas for simply sharing your project file, such as via email, in this chapter, though I also discuss how to export your project into an editable word processing document later, in Compile Your Draft.

Most of this chapter focuses on syncing. Writers who work in only one location—their home or office—will generally work with their Scrivener projects on one computer in that location. Some writers, however, will want to work on the road or carry out research in different locations. With Scrivener’s syncing features you can make your project available via different cloud services—I talk about ...

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