About our smart content editor Dewriter

Dewriter is more than a smart text editor

At its base Dewriter is just an ordinary and a pretty regular text and content editor. Much like the ones you usually find in different CMS like WordPress or others when you write your posts and articles. Those are called WYSIWYG editors and “WYSIWYG” is an acronym for “What You See Is What You Get”. 

Dewriter is a stripped down build of CKEditor 5, nothing fancy but a suitable text editor with lots of flexibility. But it’s not the actual editor that makes Dewriter what it is, its the features we built around it that makes it a good companion with its smart features when you are writing content. Wether you write content for web pages online or offline documents it should help you produce an easy to read piece of content with a nice structure and with a correct text formatting.

Current and working features

Dewriter has lots of features other editors usually doesn’t have and you will find a complete list of features in the sections below. Its built around three main feature groups and those are:

  • Real time text monitoring
  • Wordset data
  • Algorithmic extractor for summaries, keywords and other data

Core features of our editor

Real time text input monitoring

Every keystroke is registered and every time you enter a character our program will scan the markup of the text and look for things to improve. The things it looks for can be trivial things like keeping track of the number of words and characters in your text but also more complex things like keeping track of the keyword density, keeping track of your heading hierarchy, if your current paragraph is to long and that sort of things.

This will happen in real time and the bullets in the suggestion list will change color if our program thinks your text is good enough. The bullets will shift from red when the text doesn’t pass the rules to orange when its accepted and then to green when its optimal.

Wordset data for any word

You can enter any word you like and our program fetches lots of data regarding that word. For the time being you can get the definition of the word, example sentences, synonyms, part of speech, inflexions, type of and other data that could help you improve your text.

Instead of using the same word over and over again you could alternate it with the synonyms provided by us. This could be very important if your content is intended for the web because of SEO reasons

Just enter the word you want to know more about in the “Find wordset data” in the right field of the editor and press the search icon and you will get all the data we could find about that word.

Algorithmic data extraction

We use different algorithms to calculate and “value” each word, phrase and sentence in your content. We are doing this with our NLP-programs that we developed ourselves and for now we are using them to extract short summaries of your text, extract the most relevant words and we are using them to extract the most valuable phrases in your text. This is according to our algorithms of course and the results will be better the more well structured text you have.

Since we are developing those algorithms ourselves we are working hard to improve them and the results from them will only be more correct and spot on onward.

Save your projects

If you sign up and register for a free account you can also save your projects so that you can work on them at a later time.

Contributor features of our editor

This tool is free for everyone, it will always be free for everyone and we actually work for free as well. But, unfortunately we still have costs that has to be paid for. Servers cost, hosting cost and some planned features also have costs involved so we need to get some revenue in some way. To solve this problem we decided to have some minor features available only for users that subscribes to our contributor plan.

Hopefully you like this service enough to sign up for a paid contribution plan and pay a small fee each month to contribute to its further development. In return you get the following features:

  • As a contributor you can export your content as a PDF file containing your well structured content. If you choose so, it will also contain all the content meta like word count, sentence count, keywords, summaries, key phrases and other meta data. If you choose so it will also contain the text with complete markup for easy use in html documents and such.
  • As a contributor you will also get access to all future features and you will also get early access to many of the other tools we are currently developing as well.
  • As a contributor you will get our fullest and sincerest respect since you really are contributing to the further development of our services. 

Upcoming features in the near term

We are currently working on a few features we will implement in the editor as soon as they are fully functional. We cant list all the tweaks and improvements of current features here but we will list some of the new major features below:

  • Sentiment analysis – is your content of a positive or a negative nature?
  • Named entity recognition – What persons and locations are present in your content?
  • Support for images – Upload images to your content and we will serve them as a CDN service.
  • Wikipedia data – If your target keyword has its own page on wikipedia we will fetch its content for you. This is currently in beta and can be used by contributors

How to use the editor

Our text editor is pretty straight forward and it’s actually almost not possible to not get it right. We have tried to make it as intuitive and clean as possible. For the sake of the argument we will give you some instructions below.

Real time suggestion bullets

To the left side of the editor you will find a bullet list where each bullet represents some sort of “rule” or check. If the bullet is red you should improve that particular thing. If the bullet has turned to orange your content have passed that particular rule but there is still room for improvements. If the bullet has turned green it means that your content is optimal in regard to that bullet.

Meta fields

The meta fields are mostly used for content that is intended for the web. Even if you don’t plan to put your article online we do recommend that you enter a target keyword. With a target keyword we don’t necessarily mean a search phrase for search engine optimization but the main context of the text. You can read more about that in the article “How to write good content

There are currently three different meta fields you can fill and those are:

  • Target keyword (main context)
  • Meta title (for web)
  • Meta description (for web)

Wordset data

To fetch data for a specific word you only have to enter the word in the form to the right of the editor and click the search icon or press enter on our keyboard. When you do we will fetch a bunch of data that could help you improve your content. It’s a perfect tool to get the following data:

  • Definition of the word
  • The POS (Part Of Speech) of the word
  • Example sentences containing the word
  • Word inflexion
  • Synonyms
  • Possible synonyms
  • Other data

Project settings and export as PDF

If you are a contributor you will have access to some additional buttons.

  1. One of them is called “Project settings” and when you click on it some additional fields will show. Fill those and save your project.
  2. Another button will show next to it and its called “View projects”. If you have any saved projects they will show in a neat looking table and each of them will have three buttons. One will open and edit the saved article, the second button will open your content in a new page where you can export it as a PDF file and the third button will delete the project/article.
  3. If you have opened a project a small floating button will appear on top of your content in the lower right corner of the editor which you can use for quick saving your project. So you don’t have to open the project settings panel each time you want to save or update it.

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Plans and pricing for Dewriter


No registration or account needed
$ 0 For ever
  • Real time content monitoring
  • Synonyms and wordset data
  • Algorithmic content extractor
  • Some ads may appear
  • No information or opportunities to test upcoming features in advance

Free plan

Register and get an account
$ 0 For ever
  • Real time content monitoring​
  • Synonyms and wordset data​
  • Algorithmic content extractor​
  • Save as many projects as you like
  • Receive news about upcoming features and services


Subscribe to a paid plan and contribute
$ 5
  • Real time content monitoring​
  • Synonyms and wordset data​
  • Algorithmic content extractor​
  • Save as many projects as you like
  • Export your content as a PDF file
  • Early access to all future features we implement
  • No ads will show on any page
  • Receive news about upcoming features and services
  • Opportunities to test new features before they are released
  • Be a proud contributor to the further development of Dewriter

Patch notes

Patch notes for Dewriter and our other tools has their own  pages. Click the button below to read the latest patch notes for Dewriter.

Bug reporting and feature requests

We are very interested in what you have to say about our content editor. We are equally interested in general feedback as bug reports and feature requests. 

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