If you’re a Mac user and new to ProWritingAid or are slavishly devoted to the online editor, there’s a better way. With every premium license, you can download a nifty desktop app that works with Word, Scrivener, Text, Rich Text Format, HTML, Markdown, or Open Document files.
Nothing makes a reader lose faith in a writer faster than a grammar error! The ProWritingAid editing tool is one of the world’s best grammar-checkers, but it also looks at elements of style and structure that help you make your writing as strong and clear as possible. Here's a quick guide to how it works.
Every writer has a tendency to favor one or two of their senses over the others, and this affects the way that they experience the world - and the way they write about it. Use all five senses in your writing to appeal to the widest range of readers.
Our new Sentence Structure report analyzes how you start each sentence in your text and compares your usage of different sentence structures to published texts in your genre. Here's how to use it.
Academic essays are an unavoidable part of the educational journey. Learning to write well may be one of the greatest skills you gain during your college years. While you can't avoid writing essays, you can avoid making some of these common mistakes.
The Diction Report helps you avoid unnecessarily complicated writing by analyzing your word selection and sentence construction. Learn how to use it here.
In this article, we explain how to use ProWritingAid's Clichés and Redundancies report.
Have you tried ProWritingAid's chapter bar yet? We explain how to use it.
ProWritingAid makes it easy for you to set the style of writing for your document and receive custom suggestions that make sense for your work's context. In this article, we'll explain how changing your writing style settings alters the suggestions you'll get when using our editing tool.
Have you ever wondered how your writing and editing compares from week to week? Now you can track your work with our personalized progress reports!
How does ProWritingAid stack up against online editing tool AutoCrit? We've carried out direct comparisons according to a number of criteria. Spoiler alert: ProWritingAid offers more levels of writing analysis than AutoCrit and costs less!
Bestselling author Joanna Penn shows how she's using ProWritingAid and why it beats Grammarly for fiction authors.
Come celebrate Editing Week with us! This week, we've teamed up with editing powerhouses Fictionary and First Editing to help authors better understand the three key phases of the editing journey.
Want to use the ProWritingAid MS Word and Outlook add-in? Here's where to start.
In this article, we explain how to use several key ProWritingAid reports to make your work clear and effective.