Plottr is divided into a few easy-to-use sections to help you visually plan and organize your books and writing projects.
This article provides an overview of Plottr.
The timeline is the hub of Plottr — it’s where you visually organize your chapters, plotlines, and scene cards to build out your story.
Note: this feature is only available for the desktop version of Plottr (Windows and Mac).
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The outline is automatically generated in Plottr using the content and structure of your timeline.
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Notes are where you brainstorm, organize story lore, collect research, and jot down ideas you may want to incorporate into your story later.
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The Characters section in Plottr is where you add and organize the characters you want to track in your story.
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The Places section is for tracking and organizing the locations and settings in your story.
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Tags are flexible tools you can use to organize your story and planning process —including actions, special items, to-dos, themes, emotions or anything you can imagine.
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The Project section of Plottr is where you add and organize the books in your writing project or series.
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