5 handy tips for using Ulysses
How to get stats, share texts and more.
The ultimate writing app
Writing app Ulysses has many features to make your work easier, including the ability to include attachments and export sheets into different formats. We’ve put together some tips to help you along the way.
1. See your stats
How many pages does your novel have so far? Does the length of your assignment correspond with its guidelines? Should you shorten your speech to observe the time frame? Ulysses’ statistics deliver answers to all of these questions. Click the Gauge icon on the top right and examine characters with or without spaces, words, sentences, paragraphs, pages – even reading time.
2. Favourites at your fingertips
Your Ulysses library gets crowded if you produce a lot of sheets. By using File > Add to Favorites (or pressing Command-D) in the menu bar, you can mark a text as a favourite, labelled with a star in the sheet list. Your favourites appear in the smart group of the same name at the top of the Library pane.
3. Attach relevant references
If you have materials (written notes, links, images, a PDF file) that belong to your text, but not in the text itself, you can attach them. Open a sheet’s attachments via the paperclip button on the top right. They’re always within reach in case you need them and hiding them again is just as easy.