WD3 is the most exciting update that we’ve ever had. So if you’re not excited, you should probably seek professional help. Move your account here.
We recommend WriterDuet Pro, which in version 3 will (professionally) help you…
- Write on the go with the mobile application. Gone are the days of you having to stop writing while on the toilet.
- Organize and filter your script with the tagger. If you have a script that will be produced, you can tag props and characters. If you don’t have a script that will be produced, you can tag content that is bad and is probably what’s preventing your script from being produced.
- See when notes are added with in-app notifications. No more missing when your producer (see, we believe in you!) comments, or scanning the entire script with no idea which notes are new.
- Save content for later with the Graveyard, a separate script space that you can open whenever you need it. Copy/cut content to it with a simple shortcut.
But forget you for a second… the biggest features in WD3 are actually meant to help us. This update features massive structural changes to how we represent data, and is the gateway to a future of endless possibilities.
With the new internal layout in WD3, we will have the tools we need to turn WriterDuet into a world of multi-viewable, filterable, merge- and unmerge-able glory. We’re starting with branchable Drafts that can be accessed from within a script in one click. With this new tech, our goal is to seamlessly capture & enhance your unique creative process.
We want to help you write better scripts. We believe the way to make that happen is to give you tools that let you write freely without ever thinking about all the magic going on in the background. And when you need that magic… poof. There’s everything you ever needed.
As a reminder, WD Lifetime includes all upgrades for as long as you are alive (we hope that’s a while). So now is the best time to upgrade to WriterDuet Pro Lifetime. It’s a steal.
You’re literally stealing from us. Hurry up or we’ll call the cops.
The WD Team