I’ve been traveling. That’s my only excuse.
I’ve been modifying a chapter in Simplenote AND on my laptop and have got everything all mixed up. So that some versions have “good” edits, but are otherwise “old”
and some new versions are lacking the “good” edits, but are otherwise okay.
Fortunately, what I usually do when I do a simplenote edit is I email it to myself. So that whether I do fail to download the edit or I don’t I still have all the various versions, sometimes even from minute to minute.
Can anybody suggest how I can review and incorporate good changes into one final version of the chapter? As far as I know, I can only compare TWO versions in Scrivener. I have probably four or even five versions.
My immediate plan is to open them all in Word or Pages and go over them, visually, line by line (including the version which is current in Scrivener).
Is there a better, more efficient way? Thanks. L.