When learning the ins and outs of something new, many people look online for help. When that something new is a piece of a software, the Internet can serve as the ultimate, ever-updating instruction manual and help file.
There’s a problem, though. All of the great articles about any given subject are spread over the entire web, on unrelated blogs and sites, disconnected from each other. Keeping track of them and using them as a reference can be quite cumbersome. That’s where Readlists comes in handy.
Scrivener, Word-Processing for Writers
Take Scrivener, for example. Writers love it because it’s a fully featured word-processing app designed with them in mind. They can do everything with it. But it’s easy to get overwhelmed.
One of our users, Laurel, put together a readlist of Scrivener how-tos. It’s an extensive guide that’s filled with helpful articles. Best of all, you can send it to your iPhone, iPad, Kindle, or other compatible device with the click of a button.
Readlists Are Meant to Be Shared
Been using any handy how-to Readlists lately, or put together one of your own? Let us know in the comments, or hit us up on Twitter. We feature the best of the best on the Readlists homepage every day.