Working With Tabs in Ulysses for Mac

When Apple enabled the use of tabs in all apps with macOS 10.12 Sierra, we were thrilled to adopt this new feature into Ulysses. Whether you’re an academic writer or a prolific poet who can work on multiple poems at the same time: this is for you.

When writing, your actual draft usually isn’t the only thing you need. For instance, writing this blog post requires me to keep several bits of information next to the sheet I’m writing in, such as a list of possible shortcuts and other research materials.

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Writing Mathematical Equations in Ulysses

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Eline, originally from The Netherlands, is currently doing an English Language and Linguistics Master and is a member of The Soulmen’s support team. In her column, she responds to some of the most frequently asked questions and share support answers that could be of interest for more Ulysses users out there.

Ulysses isn’t just used by those who write fiction – it is also suited for mathematicians and other scientists that have to include equations in their writing. In this blog post, we will present you with two of the most commonly used workflows: on the one hand, you can use LateX to write your equations, rendering them with Pandoc. On the other hand, you can use MathJax, a powerful web-based script which can render your equations in HTML.

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Professional App for Working With PDFs — Introducing PDF Expert

Many people who write a lot — lawyers or academics, for example — also have to work a lot with PDFs: They read and annotate books and articles, or edit and sign contracts. PDF Expert is an easy-to-use, powerful PDF editor for Mac that perfectly meets those needs. Today, Denys Zhadanov, VP of marketing at Readdle, the makers of PDF Expert, introduces you to its powers. What’s more, you’ll have the chance to get PDF Expert at a reduced price.

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Alternative Blogging Platforms & Future-Proofing Your Works

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Eline, originally from The Netherlands, is currently doing an English Language and Linguistics Master and is leading The Soulmen’s support team. In her column, she responds to some of the most frequently asked questions and shares support answers that could be of interest for more Ulysses users out there.

Posting on Other Platforms Than WordPress or Medium

Now that Ulysses allows for direct posting on WordPress and Medium blogs, we get increasingly more requests about publishing on other popular platforms such as Ghost and Squarespace. Here’s how it works.

When publishing to Ghost and Squarespace, it’s important to know Ulysses doesn’t offer a direct way for doing so yet. Instead, both platforms offer a Markdown editor into which you can paste your works.

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4 Secret Ulysses Tips for Power Users

Ulysses is made with love and attention to detail. Here are four hidden features that can help improve your efficiency and keep you in your creative flow. The first three tips focus on Ulysses for Mac, whereas the last tip is for the iPad users out there.

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Helping You to Keep Track of Things: Filters

We’ve recently written a post about effectively using keywords. However, there is one extra trick that we’d like you to be aware of and thats the use of filters. Filters are very handy when it comes to keeping track of your writing progress. So, it’s time we take a closer look at this indispensable tool.

You can filter the sheets in every section, group or sub-group in your library. Adding filters can be done in three different ways. You can right-click on the group whose sheets you want to filter, or you can use the File Menu. Our preferred way of adding filters is to hover the mouse pointer over the section title and to click the + icon. Then, select “New Filter…”.

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