So I have two aspects of my POV development that I am in doubt of. It is ultimately crucial that I use the third person POV throughout my writings as the perspective and little details of all my characters are important to the story line and I do not want to stick with the perspective of one main character. However, 1) Limited Third Person POV: Is it necessary to indicate a change in POV with an end of a chapter or something. For example, one of my other crucial character get separated from the main character. When the narrator is describing the actions, perspective and emotions of the main character, is it reasonable to jump to the other character's perspective with a "meanwhile" or something. Is that switching to omniscient POV all of a sudden? 2) Narrator's I: I understand that using an "I" outside of dialogue in a third person can be tricky. However, is it reasonable to convey the emotions and cynicism of the narrator with an I, even though, the narrator is not a character in the plot.