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Train First Draft to Write Like You (Updated)
Tuesday, December 6, 2016

One of the main goals of First Draft is to quicken the writing process with quality pre-written drafts. All of its generated material is built with Standard English, proper grammar, punctuation, and spelling. As a result, its output sports a style that appeals to the masses.

But while that style may be appropriate for most types of writing, it may not accurately reflect the style of every user. Some writers, for example, prefer to write in a vernacular style or a style that requires industry-specific jargon that may not be included in the software.

Fortunately, First Draft provides over ten different ways to customize and personalize its content's default style so that it emulates the personal writing style of its users. Here's what will train First Draft to "write" the way that you do.

  1. First Draft's Auto-complete Function suggests a series of personal phrases as writers type in the software's Edit area. And because it's artifically intelligent, it improves its suggestions with every use.
  2. First Draft's Capture Text function gives writers the ability to save a favorite phrase to a variable file so that it shows up in future, generated articles.
  3. First Draft's Unique Library provides access to specific variables instead of the default, generic variables. Once a specific Data Pack is selected, First Draft uses its variables in each generated article to make content much more personal.
  4. As writers interact with First Draft's chat bot, they fill the screen with relevant, personal responses and easily reach a required word count.
  5. First Draft's Text Tags mark text with a special symbol and meaning. Every time the tags show up in a generated article, First Draft highlights them as a handy little road map to a successfully, detailed finish.
  6. First Draft users have access to an unlimited number of templates via their own design. This gives writers a tremendous amount of flexibility and control in the type of content that they produce and the manner in which they do it.
  7. NEW: Registered users can also train First Draft to write in individual writing styles. In combination with the tools above, there shouldn't be a significant difference between the way you write material and the way First Draft generates it. Writers can save writing styles individually or automatically save them upon completing an article. To apply a style, simply load it and then generate an article.

Other available options include tweaking First Draft's AP Alerts, adding to First Draft's massive phrase list, customizing the spell and grammar checker, adding to the list of synonyms, and adding to the list of available transitions (send email for details).

You won't need to use all of these features to see a difference, but with just a small collection of them in use, you'll start to develop your own writing "voice" and see it come through each and every piece of content that the software generates.


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