A couple of other issues, while I think of it.
One of the more useful things in BOAS (in my view, anyway) is the diary. (Every writer is supposed to keep a journal, and that's a Good Thing to use.)
First, it's hidden under utilities. So put yourself a link somewhere -- in the menu, perhaps -- that looks like this:
[[Utility::Diary|Open Diary page]]
If you're VERY brave, you can edit the menu and add this to the top of the page:
<input class="menu_button_full" value="DIARY" onclick="go_to('Utility::Diary')" type="submit" />
(More info on this is in Help::Links) This adds a full-width button to the bottom of the menu.
Now: what that page does is allows you to create a page, named for today, in the Diary:: namespace.
Another useful link, if you want to be able to read back your diary entries, is [[Diary::]] which just produces a list of all the pages in that namespace -- in other words, all your diary entries.
You may also notice that the "help" button's gone a bit mad in the editing screen. I may have a fix for that, but I haven't tested it yet, so bear with me...
Of course, what BOAS is all about is a resource for helping you to write the bestselling novel you have lurking within you. There's lots of stuff geared towards that that I haven't touched on, mostly because a lot of it is already in there.
What I particularly like about this, though, is that it's nearly instant. I prefer how it works in Firefox, but it takes longer to load Firefox than just using the boas alias inside FARR.
I don't, by the way, claim any credit for any of this. Just evangelising...
BOAS' author, Little Girl, has been extremely helpful and informative and I'm just passing bits and pieces on...