I have a complex psych thriller that is loaded with small clues throughout that create this ‘ahh haa’ moment at the twist. Each Chapter (Folder) has a synopsis that mentions these clues, so I can see where they are at a glance.
Each Chapter folder also has multiple files inside (scenes - lots of them) so the keywords must apply to the Chapter itself, not the individual files inside (for reasons mentioned below).
In Corkboard view, I can see the whole novel unfold, synopsis by synopsis, folder by folder, just by clicking on the Draft folder in the Binder.
HOWEVER, what I really want is to see, at a glance, every chapter that has the clue XXX in it, and every one with the clue YYY in it, so I can see if each clue is well-spaced throughout.
What I really want is RTF rather than plain text index cards, so that when I mention clue XXX in the synopsis, I can colour that text to make it stand out at a glance. However, from reading the Wish List, I doubt this is going to happen.
In the absence of that option, I see no choice but to list clues as Keywords and try to remember which colour is assigned to which clue.
BUT, because I can’t see the Keyword Chips on the Chapter folder, the only way to see them at a glance is to assign them to scenes and select every file in the novel. This is completely unwieldy and impossible. There are just too many.
Is there a way to display Keyword Chips on Folders in the Corkboard View?
Or, can anyone think of another way of viewing, at a glance, clues/Keywords mentioned in each Chapter?