The One Rule for Organizing Research Notes MIDDLESODE
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Sarah shares how she organizes her research notes, starting with the number one takeaway: research notes go in one place, and one place only.
Resources we mention in this episode:
- WOW Episode on book weights: nicoleroccas.com/005
- WOW Episode on low-hanging fruit: nicoleroccas.com/008
- The #amwriting podcast: http://amwritingpodcast.com
Join the conversation in the Writing on Wednesdays Facebook Group! (https://www.facebook.com/groups/WritingonWednesdays/)
Until next week,
Nicole Roccas – www.nicoleroccas.com
Sarah Bereza – www.sarah-bereza.com
Sarah has some great ideas in this podcast—thank you. Do you put the notes as documents in Scrivener’s Research binder for each writing project? I’d love to see a screenshot.
I’m struggling to figure out how best to use Scrivener to organize for family history writing. I have some stuff in Scrivener (Windows), some in OneNote, some in Dropbox, Zotero … Not well-organized at all!
Thanks Leslie! I saw you also commented in the FB group, so welcome! I think Sarah answered your question there.
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