You can’t hurry genius, but sometimes, time is of the essence. You have an AI contract to finish for your AI freelancing gig. Your professor said you could use AI to generate your first draft, and now you need to get it into shape for final submission. AI Detector Pro can help you finish up a polished, well-crafted piece of writing that flows in your own voice while making sure you meet your deadlines. Here are some tips and tricks for maximizing your subscription to our AI Detection and Writing platform and saving time while revising your AI writing.
- Use the AI Eraser paraphraser: the AI Eraser tool in AI Detector Pro can give you suggestions for alternative wordings for your AI-generated content. This is useful when you’ve got writer’s block or are revising a first draft. Be careful not to overuse it, though. As an AI freelance writer or student, you need your unique writing style to shine through.
- Prioritize Your Time: we recently launched Pinpoint Editor, a new feature in AI Detector Pro’s incredibly rich set of AI content editing features. Pinpoint Editor identifies the paragraph that sounds most AI in your entire piece. When you start editing your content, start here. Don’t ignore the rest of your writing, but make sure not to skip what Pinpoint Editor identified as the highest priority for revision and improvement. You can get a lot of bang for your buck by using the Pinpoint Editor. Also, always make sure to rescan when you revise your content. Don’t wait till the very end. Iterative revision is always easier when it comes to AI editing. As you get used to editing out the robotic tones of AI, you’ll get faster and faster. This is why we price by report instead of by characters and have generous report allowances in each one of our plans. It’s also why we have detection and editing on the same platform. You can figure out how likely you are to be accused and then change your writing in one go.
- Personalize, Personalize, Personalize: Personalization is a tough one. When people hand out this advice it can be tough to understand what they mean. Sometimes, personalization means adding personal experiences, but in the context of AI, it also means editing out overused words and phrases. Fortunately, we’ve added yet another editing feature to make your life easy, the AI Dictionary, which highlights overused ChatGPT words and lets you automatically substitute something less robotic. In the AI Detector Pro platform, we show you these options with words highlighted in blue and underlined in a squiggle pattern. Honing in on these highlights improves your chances of sounding less like ChatGPT.
Remember, good writing takes time and it’s never worth it to submit the first draft out of an AI chatbot. Here is a simple bullet list for sounding less like ChatGPT by using AI Detector Pro.