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General Usage
Style Tips
Terms
External resources
Suggested improvements
Click an orange flow meter to get suggestions.
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Trim a few words from this sentence, or add a few to the previous one.
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Make this sentence a little longer, or trim a few words from the previous one.
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Trim a few words from this sentence, or add a few to the next one.
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Make this sentence a little longer, or trim a few words from the next one.
Pro tip
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Add or subtract prepositional phrases and adjectives to modify your work's flow by changing sentence lengths.
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Use the settings tab to tailor the stats and critique to your needs.
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Flow is an important factor in reader engagement. Be sure to check it at the end of your polishing process.
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Play the word association game in the tools tab when you have writer's block.
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Need a writing prompt? Plug a word or phrase into the associator in the tools tab, and try to write a story using as many of the associated words as possible.
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The critique tab highlights more than mistakes. Click highlighted text to get more information, and decide for yourself what the best course of action is.
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When editing longer works, enter them in smaller chunks to get fast responses.
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Novelists and journalists might want to critique dialog separately or not at all. You can change how dialog is handled in the settings tab.
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When you're only interested in one or two stylistic features, use the Blank Slate preset to turn everything else off.
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Check the news section to learn about new features.