Check out these writers and students from all walks of real life who have found Pacemaker helpful. As a bonus, many of the posts below also recommend other tools that are helpful in the writing and editing process. Enjoy!
- http://schreibwahnsinn.de/programme-fuer-autoren-pacemaker/ [German Pacemaker Tutorial]
I use @Pacemakr to keep track of goals and due dates (sooo in love with the newest checklist feature). To track stories, release schedules, etc I use @milanoteapp. And to plot, I use @PlottrApp. ☺️
— Magik and Mayhem with Jennifer Felton (@magikandmayhem_) August 22, 2022
Love your project feature. I make each series a project and each book in the series a plan within project. So cool! Tracking edits and formatting also as plans within the same series project.
— Ella J. Smyth (@EllaJSmyth) August 15, 2022
I swear by writing/editing goals, I use the @Pacemakr app and I put in the deadline so it can calculate how many words I need to write/edit each day. If life gets in the way, it recalculates the daily amount. 🙂
— Caroline MitcHELL 🦇🖤🎃 (@Caroline_writes) May 16, 2022
Retomando proyectos 2022 con apoyo de @Pacemakr
¿Alguna aplicación que les sea útil para escribir?
✅colocar fechas límites
✅definir un plan personalizado
✅calcular el avance por días, horas, páginas…
— Leydy Aleen Erazo 🇨🇴🇲🇽 (@aleenerazo) February 11, 2022
#WritingCommunity – if you don't already know about @Pacemakr – hop on over now! They offer free and paid services to help you set writing goals, track your progress, and keep you moving. I've been using this for my MG manuscripts for quite awhile and love it! #amwriting
— Stef Wade (@Stef_Wade) January 5, 2022
I was introduced to a new application that helps set your writing goals. With @Pacemakr, suddenly my 90,000 word goal doesn’t seem so overwhelming. I set my goals and it adjusts my daily goal based on how much I write. I don’t even feel guilty if I miss a couple days.
— Victoria Gonzalez Trevino 🍒 (@torianick) March 7, 2021