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February 29th 2024



You know that email you get every Monday with a fresh content cluster to write about?

You can now brainstorm new cluster ideas whenever you need to turn on the creative tap. Here's how to do it in just a few clicks:

  1. Head to your 'Ideas' page

  2. Click 'Add new topic cluster'

  3. Click 'I'm feeling lucky'

Just like that, your finite creativity is made infinite ✨

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February 13th 2024


Small Updates

We had lots of request for this bitesized update.

You can now find and replace in the Reword editor in just a few clicks.

  1. Open the editor

  2. Select the 'Edit' menu

  3. Click 'Find and replace'

Voilà! Our new find and replace feature will pop-up, helping you make repetitive updates a breeze.

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February 7th 2024

Small Updates

Just a little one today! We know that sometimes, drafts and articles get archived by mistake.

Especially when you're publishing a draft.

For both drafts and articles, you now have a filter toggle to access all of your archived content.

To unarchive them, just use the bulk action.

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February 5th 2024



Since we launched the search ring just a few weeks ago, tens of thousands of search intents have been targeted and satisfied by writers using Reword.

So here's a few upgrades to make managing your intents easier.

Add and remove intents from the editor

You can now add, edit and remove search intents directly from the 'Search score' sidebar.

Simply click on the edit icon to the right of "Search intents" to switch to editing mode.

Re-order your intents

Not all search intents are created equal.

Often, there's one or two money-makers that you want to give the spotlight to.

Here's how you can re-order your search intents to make it clear which intents are going to make the difference.

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January 29th 2024



Writing articles is a personal endeavour, a way to express your own unique styles, preferences and talents.

That's why customization matters. The workspace of your words should feel like home, a place that's comfortable, familiar and just right.

As much as we love writing in Space Grotesk - You might prefer a different typographic experience.

That's why you can now change your font preference in just a few clicks, straight from the editor.

How to change your font

  1. Open the Reword editor

  2. Select 'View' in the top navigation

  3. Select the 'Font' menu

  4. Pick your favorite font

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January 18th 2024




Commands, Enrich, Rephrase, Simplify - They served their purpose, but we can do better. Collaborating with AI should feel as natural as typing.

So how about this - One Cowriter, unlimited possibilities.

We're building a single, collaborative interface that's easy enough to write in 2 clicks, but flexible enough to do anything you need it to.

How it works

Three options, 1 outcome.

  • Use the TAB key to launch the Cowriter (recommended)

  • Press the 'Cowriter' button in the toolbar

  • Type / and then select the first option

This will launch your Cowriter, where you can simply prompt your trained AI to write or edit your article.

From here, you can use quick prompts to easily action common Cowriter tasks. You can also access your recent prompts to save you from typing the same prompt twice.

Of course, you can also request an entirely new prompt based on what Cowriter assistance you are looking for.

Happy writing!

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January 8th 2024


You've completed your final read-through, ran your draft through an AI detector and put down your 7th cup of coffee for the last time.

But wait - Is this article even good?

That's the question the Reword Search Ring is here to answer.

Using our proprietary language models, a search score is formed by reviewing your content and scoring how it aligns with your reader's search intents.

  • It can't be fooled by keyword stuffing like other tools

  • It's a reliable measure of how your article covers an intent

  • It's designed to emulate Google's qualitative algorithm

Making sense of the ring

Having a linear score from 0-100 is useful to understand an article's overall quality level, but the depth of information is pretty limited.

That's why we've designed the search ring, a visual representation of your search intent alignment.

Each segment of your search ring represents one of your search intents. Soon, you'll be so in tune with your search ring that you'll know how good an article is just by looking at it.

Using search rings to identify opportunities

Our new article segments help you identify high-value opportunities to improve your articles.

  • Opportunity - Find articles that have 2 or more search intents that could be improved upon to unlock more performance.

  • Performing - Articles that are already well-aligned with your search intents.

  • Stale - Articles that need serious improvement and do not satisfy most of your target search intents.

Your Cowriter understands your search intents

With our new focus on search intents in your articles, your Cowriter is now trained to be more aware of your article's target search intents.

Using the research sidebar will now present answers within the context of your target search intents.

For example, subheading recommendations will often reference sections that are specific to your search intents.

Also - when using your Cowriter to edit or create new content, it will now have an improved understanding of the intents you are aiming to satisfy.

Filtering by search score

Within your articles filters, you will now find a new filter option for search score. This means you can scan your entire blog for articles with specific search scores.

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December 30th 2023


Small Updates

Your Cowriter uses its awareness of your other articles to create natural internal links, if the opportunity presents itself.

Sometimes, you might prefer to take internal linking into your own hands instead.

Now, you can toggle this feature in the new Cowriter > Preferences menu.

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December 26th 2023


Small Updates

Thought Christmas was over? Not quite! A little boxing day update brings a small new feature to your editor.

When selecting content within the editor, you will now see the word count in the bottom-right corner.

You can also permanently enable a word count indicator from the View > Word Count menu.

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December 13th 2023


In scattered drafts we often find, a writer's mind searching for workflow aligned!

When you're managing a pipeline of content - things get out of hand quickly.

Who's writing what? What takes priority? Where did I leave that draft on the benefits of goats' milk?!

That's why we've launched 3 workflow features to help make draft management a breeze.

Folder organization

In just a few clicks, you can now group your drafts into your own folders.

Not sure how to group them? Here's a few ideas...

  • By author

  • By topic

  • By priority

Use the folder menu on the left-hand side to start organizing your drafts.

Cluster grouping

Using your Reword topic clusters, you can assign your drafts into a specific cluster to keep your content strategy strong and on track.

It's also useful to get a clear view of the progress you're making through your clusters. See which topics are ideas, drafts or published.

To get started, select at least one draft and use the bulk action dropdown to add it to a cluster.

Teammate assignment

For teams using Reword, assigning your articles to a specific writer is a great way to manage accountability and keep your whole team productive.

It also lets your team know which drafts are taken care of and which ones need an owner.

To assign a teammate to a draft, select at least one draft and use the bulk action dropdown to assign it.

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