I recently discovered the Gingko Writer app (https://gingkowriter.com/) when restructuring an article that was rejected by a journal. But, it occurred to me that it could also be used to digitally plan or organise answers to problem-based questions using the IRAC structure. Having tried using an Excel spreadsheet like this
The key benefit of using Gingko Writer is that it is a lot easier to add new content without playing around in Excel with adding rows and then merging cells, so it still looks pretty.
The other benefit of Gingko Writer is you can then export what you have produced into a Word document helping to avoid writer’s block.
I hope you find this useful.