From Grammarly to WordRake: A Review of 6 Automatic Editing Tools

Writers check it out! Excellent editing tools for those self edits. Use them to edit your manuscript or blog post. But, as the article states,remember:

“An automatic editing tool doesn’t replace a human editor. Because language rules and elements of a good story can be so flexible, human eyes will always be superior to the rigidity of automatic tools.”

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There are some great FREE editing tools here. Check them out! Just click the highlighted link at the end of this post to see the list. ❤

Which automatic editing tool is best for writers? We tested six popular options.

Source: From Grammarly to WordRake: A Review of 6 Automatic Editing Tools

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Yecheilyah

I write Black Historical Fiction, and Soulful Poetry for the freedom of all people. Visit me on the web at yecheilyahysrayl.com/

10 thoughts on “From Grammarly to WordRake: A Review of 6 Automatic Editing Tools”

  1. Great post. I’ve been looking for a post like this. It couldn’t have come at a better time. Right now, I’m leaning toward Pro Writing Aid. Thanks Yecheilyah.

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