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Posted in: Version History by Edwin on June 29, 2010
I haven’t blogged for a while – I’ve been extremely busy with the development of Writing Outliner Word add-on, and today, I can finally announce this final beta release!
Beta 4 of this Word-on mostly contains improvements of existing functions, so that it’s easier to understand and use.
I’d like to thank you all people who has sent me so much useful feedbacks, comments and suggestions (I know, not all of them have been implemented, but let’s get version 1 out first, I promise I’ll keep work on it
I’ve set the release date of version 1 to be
July 8th, 2010.
And I’ve decided to sweeten the pot with a very attractive pre-sale, here is the deal – start from now till July 7th, you can pre-order Writing Outliner for only $39.50 – 50% off of the list price.
What’s New in Beta 4?
Why Pre-order Writing Outliner Now?
What To Expect Next?
The cork board! With the corkboard documents in a writing project can be viewed and arranged as index cards, it’ll be a powerful tool for writers.
Since I’ll increase the price of Writing Outliner as new major features being added, so I strongly recommend you to pre-order Writing Outliner now and you’ll eligible to upgrade to future version!
Posted in: Book writing software by Edwin on October 22, 2009
Background: What’s Scrivener?
Scrivener is a Mac writing software developed by keith. Scrivener is an all-in-one book writing software that helps you to manage your writing projects, outline your book-length documents, view and search research files, take notes and so on.
Note, I am mentioning Scrivener here is to tell how Writing Outliner Word addin is going to look like, I have nothing to do with Scrivener which is owned by Keith.
People want ‘Scrivener for Windows’
It seems that there are a lot of people who use PC is wanting a Scrivener-like writing software for Windows, for example, take a look at the outliner software forum, Scrivener has been mentioned many times here and there.
The Goal of Writing Outliner Word addin is a versatile writing software like Scrivener, and more
I’m now developing Writing Outliner Word addin which will turn Microsoft Word™ onto an all-in-one writing software, Like Scrivener, you’ll be able to manage your drafts and research materials in one place, on a task pane inside Word, you’ll be able to drag-and-drop to organize your drafts and research files, full-text search through your Word documents, view PDF’s, images, webapges, etc, in one place…
Stay turned !
Posted in: Book writing software by Edwin on September 18, 2009
Well, this blog title maybe look weird, but I think it’s quite a good way to explain what the Writing Outliner software project is all about.
What is Scrivener software?
Scrivener is a Mac software for writing books developed by a brilliant developer called Keith, it’s a versatile software tool for writing a book, be it a novel, a non-fiction story, a technical manual, or even a series of related documents such as columns.
While Scrivener has many features that make the book writing process easier, I think one of the big ideas behind Scrivener is that writing a book is not a process that simple start writing from the very beginning straight to the end, but rather it’s a creative process that combines taking notes, jotting down ideas that sparks at any moment, outlining the book structure, editing different chapters back and forth, final formatting and so on.
Why this writing software project started?
Scrivener inspired me when I was thinking of how to make our mind mapping software MindVisualizer more friendly for book writers, and with the help of my friend David who is a very nice and knowledgeable guy, this book writing software project was started.
What’s the difference between Scrivener and Writing Outliner?
- The main difference:
Writing Outliner is for Microsoft Windows PC system while Scrivener is for Apple Mac computer.
- Writing Outliner is a Word addin that integrates seamlessly into Microsoft Word™ while Scrivener is a standalone program.
- Writing Outliner will provide some kind of mind mapping feature for capturing and organizing book writing ideas by integrating withMindVisualizer.
kudos to the author of Scrivener Keith and great thanks to my friend David! Stay tuned!