If you’d prefer to work distraction free, you can toggle the right hand tabs by selecting “Hide Research and Style”. From this menu, you can also see previous revisions to your document, and publish, download, or print your content.
Do you need some input from another team member, or are you ready to move your document into Review? You can transfer your document to another member of your team, or mark it as ready to review, or done.
Your document is saving automatically as you write. If you ever want to go back to your dashboard to work on something else, just click on this fancy Wriber logo.
If you’d like to learn more about the Help Me Research and Check My Style sections, just click Help in the Actions menu and select which you’d like to explore.
Is something not quite feeling right? You can edit your guidelines any time by clicking into Content Types or Brand Guidelines from the dashboard. The best style and brand guidelines are always evolving!
This top bar will show you the Content Type and Brand Guidelines we’re applying. It also shows you a score of how well your content adheres to what you’ve told us about these styles.
The closer this style score gets to 100, the better your content is aligning with your best practices!
While you’re editing and revising, your document will save itself, and these guidelines and suggestions will update automatically.
Each of the categories contribute to your overall score. Clicking on a red or yellow item will give you more information about how you can improve your content.
If you added a topic when you created a document, you should already see some ideas under Wriber’s ideas to explore.
All of Wriber’s ideas come sourced with an article that’s recently been written on this topic. When an idea is selected, you can click out to the source to start your research.
In this view, you can also add comments, remove a specific idea that you don’t like, or drag and drop the text directly into your document.