This week: What's Under that Tools Link?Edited by: Sara♥Jean
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What's Under that Tools Link?
A few months ago, we talked about the Ideanary Tool, but there's some other great stuff under there, too!
So, several months ago in "Noticing Newbies Newsletter (December 19, 2018)" , we talked about using the Ideanary Tool. Feel free to take a look, if you'd like!
This time, I'd like to talk about some of the other great tools you can find under that link on the left sidebar. It's located near the bottom of the group of links, and opens a little menu that gives you lots of nifty things to choose from.
The first link under there is Writing.Com 101 - This leads to the Writing.Com How-To Manual, essentially. Anything you need help with, you can find here. A large group of moderators got together several years ago under the guidance of the StoryMistress, and put together the best and most comprehensive FAQ ever seen. And, that's where it's housed.
The next set of links includes the Portfolio Organizer. This is an absolutely perfect way to organize your portfolio. (No, really, you should try it out!) Sometimes, organizing your portfolio can seem incredibly overwhelming, but using this organizer, everything is in a compact little window where you can easily see everything in one place, and therefore move things around a lot more quickly. It even has a quick and easy way to make new folders included!
Next are the Writing Prompts. When you just know you want to write, but you can't get past your writer's block, this is the perfect tool to come up with a fun idea. Or, if you just want to find a unique idea for a fun story, this is the perfect solution.
I hope you find some of these tools useful!
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