Most writers think of outlines as a way to get their stories started. If you’re an outliner, it helps keep you on track with your story while writing. Sometimes that outline gets changed along the way, but you keep it with you either virtually (through Word files or within Scrivener) or on your very own cork board to remind you to stay focused. However, outlines can serve as an editing tool as well.   If you’ve finished your work to have a first draft in hand, then one of the things you can do is to go back with “editing” eyes, and create your outline after it’s finished. How did you organize your story? Where did you give information as you’re world building? Where…