Tech Tuesday: Project Targets in Scrivener 2.x

More Scrivener tips wholesome goodness.

Gwen Hernandez

Want to know how many words you added to (or deleted from) your MS today? Need to see how close you are to your total word count goal? My favorite way to do this in Scrivener is via Project Targets, especially now that it’s more customizable than the 1.x version.

The Project Targets feature lets you set an overall project target (of words, characters, or pages), as well as a target for your writing sessions.

Set Project Targets

1. From the Project Menu, select Show Project Targets.

2. Under the Manuscript Target progress bar, click in the number box after the word “of” to enter a target for the entire manuscript. To change from words to characters or pages, click the double arrow button and select your preference.

3. Follow the same steps to set a session target.

4. The progress bar will fill and change color (in graduated…

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