I am interested in using the Snowflake Method to outline a novel. There is software available to assist with this (Snowflake Pro). I am having difficulty understanding step three. In step three, the writer does a one-page summary sheet for each main character that reviews that character’s major goals, conflict, motivation and epiphany and summarises the story from the point of view of that character. This exercise can be helpful for the writer who struggles with fleshing out characters.
On the Snowflake Pro page, there are two sections labeled "Seeing the Big Picture" and "Understanding Your Characters". In the first section (step 2), Scarlett O'Hara is the main character, and also appears as a character in the second section (step 3). Yet, the one sentence and one paragraph summaries are different. Why is that? Is it because the first section is about the whole novel plot, and the second section is just about Scarlett's character arc, based upon her ambition, story goal, conflict, and epiphany?
Also, why isn't there a place to include Scarlett's values in the section three screen? The book "How To Write A Novel Using The Snowflake Method" talks about listing some values before stating a character's ambition. However, there is not a field for values in the step three screen in Snowflake Pro. Where should I put the values, if necessary?