Writers of the Cloud, Come Forth! - Page 2
This year, a brand-new service for writers just recently launched back in mid-summer as a brand-new writing tool for writers who will be participating this year's upcoming NaNoWriMo called Yarny.
What sets this particular service from the other existing services around the web is that this particular service is a very simple writing tool that helps writers organize not just what they write, but to also take sidenotes and other research notes crucial to writing their pieces.
Best of all, Yarny uses the magical power of the cloud to power up their tool and of course, to save everything you have jotted down on the writing pad. In addition to that, like note-taking software and services such as Evernote and and the MS Office-bundled OneNote, the tool saves your work automatically without requiring you to press the Save button frequently.
In fact, you won't find any Save button anywhere on the Yarny writing tool. The tool is so simple and so efficient that it helps the writer focus directly towards writing alone. Yarny records everything that you jot down and what the tool saves instantly, such as the version number, the date and time that you wrote your new material and the time the tool automatically saves it.
It also has an automatic word counter, which is also very helpful for writers who will be participating in NaNoWriMo this November. It also has a keyword tagging system with the same functions as the ones on blogging platforms such as Wordpress for easier search of all your documents, snippets and notes through your account. It also has an export snippets function where you have the alternative to download all your written work to your hard drive if you still prefer working on your writing on another software, such as MS Word. All you have to do to get started is to sign up a free account and you're ready to go.
I started using Yarny not too long ago to record down my introductory and supplementary research notes including character descriptions for my upcoming novel to be written during NaNoWriMo (which is every November of every year) and with its simple organization system, I was able to get everything organized easily without taking advantage of my personal OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder) to get things organized manually.Continued on the next page