I'm quite new here, so it's somewhat reassuring to read that I'm not the only one using Google docs. As has already been said, switching between laptop, desktop and mobile, which I do quite a lot,is effortless.
I do use grammarly in conjunction to avoid doing any silly mistake.
For the novel I'm currently publishing I just use docs and Google spreadsheets. This last one to tracks the different stats and their progression.
However, I'm writing a much more complex novel, with quite a few connections and turns. For that, I also use draw.io
It is really useful to draw flow charts, which I lay horizontally and use as a timeline. I can pinpoint when a skill will be learnt, where the MC will meet an important character, etc. Plus it makes it easy to keep track of everything, a simple zoom out and I see all the important pieces highlighted in a stronger border width and color.
I use Google Docs. I used to write exclusively with paper back in ye olden days when I was a youngster, then retype it to MS Word. Definitely increased my typing speed and touch typing skills that way! After losing at least 10 stories and the notes for many more in a harddrive catastrophe, I've learned to enjoy Docs. It's also nice for my project since I have a co-author/editor - we can work on document simultaneously and not worry about comparing versions. Mobile access is a huge plus as well!
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