Start your story with a Backstory, Pitch, or Synopsis. Edit each at any time. Add New Categories as well.
Add Characters including Major, Subplot, and Minor ones. Add as many physical details as you need. Build a complete biography including strengths, weaknesses, and character backgrounds.
Follow a standard 3-act structure or expand into more. Add general information to each act. Include other elements such as Ticking Clock and The Climax. Later, add Chapters or Scenes to each Act.
Chapters (or Scenes in Script templates) are the building blocks of your story or script. Here you add a summary and detail what your characters do in the scene or chapter. Include more details such as Opening Hooks and Necessary Plot Points.
Plot Points are the many events that move your story forward. Plot Points set up the plot. They build your characters. They help join one chapter or scene to the next.
Use Gestalt View for a top-down view of your story or script. See general act information. Drill down into chapters and plot points. View the Conflict Overview as well.
A Story is a war. And there's no better way to tell a story than through conflict. Add plot points to a conflict map and view them from start to end.