I’ve been using Scrivener since 2018 for most of my writing projects, including most of my blog posts. It’s an incredibly powerful tool that helps me organize my writing and makes it easier for me to create. To make it even easier, I use templates made by other people, but they can’t always supply my every need. Luckily, I’m an unrepentant tinkerer, and I learned to make my own templates and such for Scrivener. I’ll collect them on this page.
My first significant template is the Scrivener Encyclopedia Template, which you can download for free by clicking the link. It’s pretty basic, but it gets the job done. I have included some simple entry templates from a private wiki that I used to use for the same purpose to get you started, but you’ll probably want to add your own. I’d recommend copying one of the existing ones and modifying it but do as you will. This is offered as a free resource and I offer it without any promise of support or fitness for any particular use. Good luck and enjoy!