yWriter is a small, handy application that has very useful features for novelists. It works by organizing your work into chapters and scenes, which allows you to schedule your work as it 's in a project.
The application has a clean interface very easy to use. The layout is easy to follow and provides progress followers that allow you to keep an eye on things, that is, the number of words written in a scene and the number of scenes included in a scene. chapter.
The main features include:
Organize your novel using a project.
Add chapters to the project.
Add scenes, characters, objects and places.
Show the number of words for each file in the project, with a total.
Saves a log file every day, showing the words by file and total. (Follows your progress)
Saves the automatic backups at the intervals specified by the user.
Allows multiple scenes in chapters.
Point of view, purpose, conflict and result fields for each scene.
Several characters per scene.
Storyboard view, a visual presentation of your work.
Rearrange the scenes in the chapters.
Drag and drop chapters, scenes, characters, objects, and places.
Automatic renumbering of chapters
Overall, yWriter is a very handy tool that has some useful features that allow you to focus on the material of your novel, and not on the inconsequential details. It has an easy-to-follow layout, and a number of helpful words and progress tuning tools. There is also a configuration wizard to guide you. yWriter is a good app that will help you gather all the data you need for your novel and organize it in a concise manner.