In addition to the video tutorials below and the more technical Bookalope blog posts, there is also an ever-growing number of introductory blog posts on how to use Bookalope to solve various tasks on this Medium page. If you have a suggestion for a particular topic, feel free to contact us!
Bookalope offers a thought-through workflow to analyze the styling and content of a manuscript; to extract and structure its content; to check and fix spelling, punctuation, and typographical problems; and to generate ebooks, print-ready books, and other file formats to continue your professional editing and design process.
A video tutorial explains each of these steps. You can visit our Youtube Channel, or watch our tutorials right here.
In this video we create an account with Bookalope, and we create and manage books and Bookflows.
In this video we upload the book manuscript to Bookalope, and we show how to generate or upload a book cover.
This is the first of two videos about importing our manuscript into Bookalope. In this video we use Bookalope’s import options and style filters to help us work with the structure of our book, and which prepare us for the second video.
This is the second of two videos about importing our manuscript. Bookalope has already extracted its content and attempted to structure that content based on the visual styling of our manuscript. In this video we review, adjust, and confirm the structure for manuscript, and we finish the Import step.
After Bookalope has extracted and structured its content, we can now review the text content of our manuscript. In this video we work with Bookalope’s content checker to review and correct problems in our text.
In this final video we convert and download our manuscript into different file formats for the Nook, iPad, and Kindle; into a print-ready book; or for other applications like Adobe InDesign and Word to continue our editing and design work flow.