Thinking of Your Audience First
Narrative structure isn't always about the story--sometimes it can help an Author better understand their Audience.
Although the software is not properly set up for it, you can create the structure of your story based on how you want your audience to receive your story, i.e. how you want your story to feel to them. In order to do this, you need to understand the connections that some appreciations have with one another.
The Tendency of a Main Character to Drive a Story
Over on Discuss Dramatica, someone asked about the Tendency of a Main Character:
The Refusal of the Call: The Resistance or Flow Through a Narrative
The Main Character's personal problems define the flow of energy through a story.
When faced with the unknown, many Main Characters of a narrative balk and recede back into the comfort of their present surroundings. Seen by many as an indication of "refusing the call to adventure", this unwillingness on the part of the central character to participate seemingly correlates with a key story point in Dramatica. Unfortunately, this similarity exists only in semantics and if left unexplained could lead to confusion and a misappropriation of narrative focus.