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I'm looking for a software where i can keep track of the story.
Aside from word, something with some organization tools.
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What kind of organisation?
I find Notepad + CTRL+F is more than good enough for me.
If on Linux, I prefer nano.
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I for one use OneNote to make a scheme for the branching paths (with arrows and textboxes), then have each individual branch in it's own separate Word document. It comes with the added benefit of it all being in OneDrive, so I can edit it from any device and easily share it with my team.
Having a passion in anime is a great way to make friends.
For me it's the other way around. Getting friends came with the added clause of having to become an anime fan. Still not sure if it was worth it.
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