Yes! Our insanely popular Title Generator and Paraphraser widgets are now also available in Writefull for Word in Windows. This makes for a very impressive arsenal of AI-based tools to help you write in Word.
We introduced the Title Generator a few months back, more as an experiment than as real ‘product material’. But people loved it! So we added it to Writefull for Overleaf a month ago, and we shipped it to Writefull for Word today.
You can access the Title Generator from the ‘T’ in the menu. Paste your abstract into the text box and click ‘(RE)GENERATE TITLE’. Writefull then auto-creates a title for you, based on your abstract. Repeat as often as you wish, and directly copy and paste your favourite title into your text. Make sure that your abstract is between 150 to 2000 characters long and in English.
This widget paraphrases your sentences at three levels. It was already accessible with commands in Writefull for Overleaf, and as of today, it is available from the menu in Writefull for Word. Select a sentence in your text, click ‘Paraphraser’ in the menu, and choose your level: low, medium, or high.
Make sure you select only one sentence, which is between 40 and 200 characters long and in English. Also, be aware that objects such as footnotes, references, and special characters are converted to plain text in the paraphrasing process - so try to avoid those to keep your formatting intact.
How else can we use AI to do clever things that will help you write? We’d love to hear your ideas. Share them with us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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Hilde is Chief Applied Linguist at Writefull.