Hi. Hey there. Hello, world.
There’s no best way to say anything. You have to try until you find what fits.
We think writing tools should help you rework your ideas until you’re confident you’ve got it, that this take is the one you’d set out to write all along.
We can’t wait for you to try it.
Rewrite. Reproof. Revise.
A better way to edit. Coming mid-2022.
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Kirby's Sonja Broda on Proofreading
“I rely on a good night’s sleep to put some distance between me and my text.”
Writing doesn't start when you put pen to paper. It starts back in the lab, where you research and find out what works, documenting your progress along the way. Then it's pen to paper to tell others how to do the same thing in the future. …
A writer's guide to Google Analytics 4
The Google Analytics you've used for years is going away. Here's how to adapt to the new version.
It’s been the constant companion of bloggers for over a decade and a half, the analytics tool from Google that told you how many people visited your site. And now it’s going away. Not Google Analytics itself, that is, but Google Analytics …
Google Docs still doesn’t fully support Markdown
Markdown as shortcuts, not Markdown as formatting
A year before the Writely team released what would become Google Docs, two years before the search giant started building an online office suite, John Gruber wanted a simpler way to write. Writing blog posts in HTML, copying them into his …