starting out - graduated learning?

I can see what Scrivener is a very powerful tool.

Is there somewhere an intro to Scrivener organized thus:

  1. Biggest ideas first - what you need to know to get started.
  2. Then a little more detail - nice to have.
  3. More detail - fancy tips and tricks.
  4. Excruciating detail you might never use.

I am working through the tutorial for the second time, but frankly it’s way too much information for me to process all at once.

I just read the phrase “One of the core ideas behind Scrivener …”. Where can I learn all of the core ideas - followed by the slightly less core ideas - without at the same time being overwhelmed by all the implementation keystrokes?


If you’re finding the tutorial too much, you might want to start with the 10-minute introductory video on this page:

All the best,