First I’ll describe my process to provide context
I write scenes out of order, and often splice and a move their order including the chapters.
During nanowrimo, I would use a completely new project for each year, then import the scenes into a folder outside the Manuscript section so I could reference the scenes.
I use git to version the entire project, as scrivener does not seem to be able to just snapshot a manuscript in its entirety and provide diffs, including scene and chapter order/inclusion.
I use Notes/Excel/OmniPlan all to… middling results to try and plan out my writing sessions.
I use ProWritingAid which requires me to close the project out and use that tool, then reopen the project.
It would be nice to know what files to include/exclude in git as, just opening the project generates changes.
Some form of manuscript versioning, and being able to have ‘Drafts’ would be nice, I recall something about First Draft at a scene level being around, but this is… also including the actual scene order/chapter order. This is especially useful if I wanted to print out a particular version or subset for a workshop.
Gnatt charting would be nice, I also can’t figure out how to properly use the timeline feature.
Maybe this already exists, but support for things like a workshop season, or nanowrimo without having to make a new project would be nice
[*] I haven’t been able to figure out how to get chapters to have titles instead of ‘Chapter One’
Hope that helps