Mac users, it's finally here. The ProWritingAid Word Add-In is coming to Mac. In this article, find out how the add-in will work and how you could become one of the first in the ProWritingAid community to test it!
Your ProWritingAid Summary Report will provide you with a variety of readability scores that have been calculated using some of the top tools out there. Here's how to use the scores to improve your work.
Wondering where to get started with ProWritingAid, or if it's the editing app for you? Look no further. Find everything you need to know in this article.
Have you tried ProWritingAid's dynamite Google Chrome extension? Here's how to get started.
You wrote a novel! Well done. Reaching the NaNoWriMo goal of 50,000 words in a month is an impressive feat. What's next? The technical writing edit. Find out what to look for in your writing while editing.
The Combo Report allows you to run more than one report at a time. This is helpful if you have limited time before your content needs to be submitted, or if you know exactly which errors need your focus. Save time and stay focused: here's how to use the ProWritingAid Combo Report.
Have you tried out our Google Docs add-in yet? We've put together a step-by-step guide to help get you started.
Repeating a word or phrase happens to the best of us, especially if you’re writing an article and using a specific vocabulary for your topic. Find out how to avoid needless repetition with the ProWritingAid Echoes Report.
Pacing refers to the speed at which a story is told and how quickly the reader is moved through events. Good writing contains faster-paced sections, such as dialogue and character action, as well as slower-paced sections, such as introspection and backstory. Find out how ProWritingAid's Pacing Check can help you keep readers turning the page.
Did you know that your document should be 4-15% pronouns? Every writer is different, but it can be useful to have a benchmark so you know when you might need to go back and revise. Find out how your document shapes up with the ProWritingAid Pronoun Check.
Want to edit your work as you write it? ProWritingAid can help!
Homonyms, homophones and homographs are often missed in the first proofread, causing headaches later on. Find out how to catch them right away with ProWritingAid.
Every writer knows plagiarism is bad. We must all express ourselves uniquely without stealing thoughts, words, and ideas from others. But sometimes it’s hard to be original and unintentional plagiarism creeps into our work. Especially when on a tight deadline, you may let another’s words slip into your content without proper attribution. ProWritingAid is here to help.
ProWritingAid's Overused Words Check flags problematic words and phrases commonly overused by writers and helps you to eliminate them. Here's how to use the report to sharpen your writing.