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Gingko is the only word processor that lets you see structure and content at the same time.
For screenplays, group study notes, writing a novel, project management, or academic writing, Gingko lets you write better, faster.
It does this by letting you branch your writing, to expand and add more detail to a topic or section, while still keeping it in view. That means you can drill in to a topic and add details, or pull back and see the big picture.
Since Gingko uses cards, you can also drag them around and rearrange them, so you can organize your document as you go.
And it's simple to use: arrow keys, a few keyboard shortcuts, and mouse to drag cards around.
Once you learn how to use Gingko, you'll be able to organize your thoughts and words like never before.
Give it a try!
Last updated 31 Aug 2013
Published 31 Aug 2013
The art of writing can be a difficult thing unless you are well organized and have the right equipment at your disposal. Many of us have lots of different Word documents, sheets of paper or just stuff in our head waiting to get out and, if only we could organize them a little better, we could well have the next great novel in front of us. Gingko is a new word processor that is the only one that allows you to see the structure of your writing as well as the content on one page at the same time. This allows you (as well as your collaborators) to see the big picture. Gingko is a tree-like structure that let's you write, expand, drag and rearrange your document so much better than before
Whether you are an artist, a scholar or simply an entrepreneur, Gingko helps your writing become better organized and your flow improving naturally. To aid this, Gingko is the only word processor that lets you see your structure and content at the same time. Whether you are writing a screenplay, group study notes, a novel, project management or academic writing, Gingko is an easy way to write better and faster. It does this by letting you branch your writing, to expand it and to add more detail to a specific topic or section, while still keeping it in view all the time. That means you can either concentrate on a particular section or topic and add...