By now, you should be familiar with the Scrivener interface, and you should have added and organized any research material you need for your project, and determined what display settings and preferences you want to use. And, you may have started writing.
Now it’s time to learn how to work with your manuscript and with the different elements that make up a project. You’ll see the various ways you can view your project, how you can manage files and folders in the Binder, how to add annotations and comments to your texts, how to use the Inspector, and more. This chapter covers the many things you’ll want to do after your inspiration is flowing and you’ve started following the big white whale of your work.