If you have followed our previous post on taking notes for your writing, you might have come to appreciate how technology eases your everyday life hassles.
Next step after taking notes, involves creation of draft. When creating drafts, you don’t need to worry about the grammar or the logical structuring of sentences..
You just need to link your ideas and make something out of it. Therefore, you don’t yet need a heavy duty word processor or grammar verification tools.
I will recommend just a notepad, copied in dropbox.
Just sit back and right down, whatever comes to your mind regarding that idea.
Once you have a set of ideas ready.. how difficult will it be to convert it into a proper draft.. not much.. just cut and paste different paragraphs to their logical ordering and setup a flow for your thesis.
Once, you are done with your draft, now is the time to bring on heavy-duty tools to check the nightmarish grammar and help you proofread by providing suggestions, and creating layouts etc.
For this purpose, Fire up your Google Drive,
Open Google Docs, and paste your draft in there.
Now you can use Grammarly chrome extension in conjunction with Google’s own spell check tool.
You can also invite collaborators to proofread your task and edit on the same sheet online.
If you feel like there is too much tech gibberish in the above paragraph, then let us know in the comments and we will help you solve this hassle too!
See! The Power of cloud.
No duplicate copies, no redundancies.. and you got a hassle-free draft.
That is what we do.. Help you eliminate tech hassles.
If you have followed through and are a pro writer. You may have a huge set of ideas, which needs to be interlinked and visually accessible, then we have a tool for you: