Please note: due to time constraints the help has not yet been updated to reflect the current version of Quoll Writer. It will be updated soon!
Information on how Quoll Writer has changed from version to version.
Information about the main Quoll Writer window.
Information about creating and managing projects.
Information about creating and managing chapters.
Information about creating and managing scenes and plot outline items.
Everything you need to know about working in full screen mode.
Details about using Editor Mode to work with others to get feedback on your work.
Information about adding and managing ideas.
Information about warm-ups.
Listed below are the terms and conditions for using the Editor Mode Service. It's unlikely you'll read them all so here is the tl;dr. If you don't read anything else then at least read these.
Let's get the nasty bit out of the way. I cannot provide any warranty for the use of the Editor Mode service. It is (and any related documentation) provided "as is" without warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including, without limitation, the implied warranties or merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose or noninfringement.
It is recommended you create a separate email account when using the Editors service. You will have to give out the email address to potential editors and using your regular email address is probably not a good idea. Searching for free email in Google will give you enough results to keep you busy for a lifetime but you could start at Top 10 Free Email Services.
The most important thing to understand as an author/creator is that by sending your project to someone else you are essentially giving them a copy of your work. Quoll Writer cannot prevent them from using your work in a way you didn't intend. It is important that you establish some trust with your editors, if you don't have that comfort level then please do not use this service.
You must also have realistic expectations of your editors. Provide reasonable deadlines and be polite in your requests and dealings with them. Provide clear instructions on what you would like them to do and/or focus on. You are asking someone to perform a task for you, don't be rude.
As an editor you have great power and responsibility. You may often be editing work that has taken the author (many) years to produce so be gentle but fair in your feedback. Also, be constructive, put yourself in the author's place and think about how you would like to receive comments.
It's ok to offer paid editing services and use the Editors Service. There is no charge for doing so. However you must disclose any costs and terms and conditions before accepting a project from a client. Failing to do so may result in you being banned from the service and your account deleted.