But after reporting, the team found itself with a mess of notes of an ideas. I used two functions in Scrivener in make some sense out of it: the corkboard and the compile function. Corkboard allows you move ideas around like notecards to see what works best (it works really well with storyboxing, by the way). Compile lets you take separate sections and turn them into a single Word doc.
We started the corkboard with the basic things we knew had to be in the story: An intro, a toss and an anchor tag (translation: a set up to the story, a push from the set up into the story and an exit from the story).
If you're serious about your writing you need Scrivener. Here's why: you'll get more writing done, more easily.