InkleWriter makes it SO MUCH EASIER! Before I used keynote (there is a feature that allows you to make a button), but inklewriter definitely has more features for interactive story writing. It’s made for interactive stories after all. Let me just introduce you to some features.
The art of INKLEWRITING
First off, you better know the link (psst... It’s inklestudios.com/inklewriter). If you do happen to just type in inklewriter.com, a screen like this will come up...
See that button in the top right corner that says inklewriter? Yeah, that one. click it. That’s another way to get there, but I personally think it’s easier to just type in the website... using the web bar. PLEASE DO NOT USE GOOGLE. I know it works, but it drives me insane when people use GOOGLE! Helloooooo! There is a faster way to get there. Just in case you have awful memory, here is the link again~ inklestudios.com/inklewriter. You are welcome.
Now, click on start writing. This should come up:
Please note: you DO NOT have to make an account. However, if you want to, you won’t need an email! Simply type in username@inklewriter instead. The only con against it is they won’t be able to email you if you forget you’re email, or password.
I’m not going to get into everything, so I recommend the tutorial. ;)
what I DO recommend you do is make an account.
Inklewriter isn’t just for interactive stories you know!
You can use for notes, interactive presentations, or just a fun way to teach!
Why are you still reading this?
Make an account!