Color-coding scrivenings in Scrivener

One of things that makes Scrivener such a joy to work with is being able to color code scrivenings. At a glance, you can immediately see the state of different parts of text and, if you’re using Scrivener for collaboration, seamlessly flag parts of the text in which you need input from collaborators.

Assigning and editing label colors in Scrivener

Then to get the label color to appear in the Binder, select “View → Use label colors in”.

Displaying label colors in the Binder

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About Jessica Jewell

Jessica Jewell is a Research Scholar at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis.
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3 Responses to Color-coding scrivenings in Scrivener

  1. Alfi says:

    Awesome tip! never cross my mind before. Thanks.

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