Are you tired of wrestling with software when you should be writing?
It’s 2018. We live in an age where technology is king! So why, as writers, do we continue to put ourselves through the pains and frustrations of archaic or complicated writing software? Managing all our ideas is tough enough on its own. It’s time for a change! Are you ready to trade frustration for fun? So are we!
Here at SoCreate, we have made it our mission to do things differently – to create a cloud-based, user-friendly screenwriting platform that allows writers of all experience levels to easily manage their entire writing project, from the first idea or inspiration all the way to the completed, polished screenplay. We are looking for a group of Stage32 screenwriters, both new and experienced, to help us on our journey of revolutionizing screenwriting by joining our exclusive Private Beta list! We want to hear what you think - your opinions, needs, and desires for a writing software that works for you. It is free to join--all you will need to sign-up is an active email address.
While most features of the SoCreate platform are still under wraps, we can tell you this much. With our platform you will be able to:
Don’t miss out! Make your mark on the future of screenwriting. Sign up HERE for our beta list today and get the earliest possible access to a new world of screenwriting possibilities! We are planning to launch THIS SUMMER!
NOTE: Space is limited, so be sure to sign-up now.
We can’t wait to share SoCreate with you. Cheers to you, writers!
About Alli Unger
Director of Community Outreach at SoCreate, a screenwriting platform for everyone! Feel free to send me a message or check out our website to get more info about us and/or our private beta!
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