Bestselling Author Andreas Eschbach
The Organizer–Architect of Your Book
How do you keep an in-depth overview of the whole architecture of your story? With the Organizer, you control everything about your project that is relevant: the structure of your chapters, scenes and anything related.
Keep your chapters coherent with ease. Additional information such as internet research, appearances of your characters, plot threads, start times and much more is clearly displayed.
Everything is connected to your text and the other Papyrus planning tools like the Timeline and the Thinkboard.
The Organizer has a dedicated “abstract” section for a short summary text, which serves as background information for your chapter or your scene.
Text statistics show you the volume of text, words per chapter, etc. This way you can check whether the dramaturgically important points of your story–introduction, plot twists, ending, etc.- are in the right place.
But “view” isn’t everything: The Organizer lets you plan and reshape your story. Create new scenes or delete them, move them around. Papyrus takes care of moving the corresponding parts of your text in your document. You’ll just have to write the content.
You can also create new Timeline threads in the Organizer and assign your chapters appropriately. You can even create new characters from here and plan their part in future scenes.
The Organizer lets you keep full control over your project.