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Rewriting paragraphs with Wordtune
Rewriting paragraphs with Wordtune
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Written by Matt
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Wordtune lets you choose between rewriting a paragraph in one go or sentence by sentence.

In this article you will find information on:

How to rewrite a paragraph

To rewrite a paragraph, simply select it and click the Wordtune icon. In the drop-down list at the top of the Rewrite card, select either 'Sentence' or 'Paragraph'.

πŸ’‘ Tip: You can select a paragraph by triple-clicking anywhere in it.

In the example video below, the paragraph is first rewritten sentence by sentence.
Then we select 'Paragraph' from the drop-down list to rewrite the entire paragraph in one fell swoop.

Whether you choose 'Sentence' or 'Paragraph', Wordtune will remember your settings for the next time you rewrite a paragraph.

What Wordtune considers to be a paragraph

Wordtune follows the same convention as most online text editors, including Microsoft Office, Google Docs, Gmail and all modern browsers.

A paragraph ends with the new-line introduced by pressing the Enter (↡) key.

It can be made up of one or more sentences, and span multiple lines.

When using bullets or numbered lists, each bullet is treated as a paragraph of its own.

πŸ’‘ Tip: 
Use Shift-Enter (⇧+↡) to drop a line without starting a new paragraph.

How Wordtune handles long paragraphs

Some paragraphs are too long to rewrite at once, so Wordtune may break them up into smaller chunks and provide suggestions for each chunk individually.

There are two reasons why Wordtune may do this:

  1. Providing high quality suggestions. Wordtune uses state-of-the-art AI to provide suggestions that enhance the original text in different ways while maintaining all content and its meaning. Due to the nature of such AI engines, this task becomes increasingly difficult with the length of the text being rewritten. In other words, when a paragraph is very long, Wordtune may determine that the chances of information loss or meaning distortion are too high. In such cases it would divide the paragraph into manageable chunks of several sentences each.

  2. Coming up with suggestions within a reasonable amount of time. The longer the text, the longer it takes to generate suggestions for it. This processing time is another factor Wordtune considers when deciding whether to divide a paragraph into chunks.

If your paragraph is made up of particularly long sentences, Wordtune may decide to put every sentence in a chunk of its own, thus resulting in a sentence by sentence rewrite experience.

β“˜ We are constantly working to improve Wordtune so that it can handle 
longer and longer paragraphs. If you have any feedback or examples of
paragraphs you would love Wordtune to rewrite in one go, please
contact us using the chat button in the bottom right corner.

Rewriting long texts paragraph by paragraph

With Wordtune you can select texts of any length and rewrite them paragraph by paragraph. Simply select any text made up of several paragraphs and click the Wordtune icon.

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