If you're new to TextSpark and just getting started, you might be wondering, "How the heck do I use this thing to get the results I want?" Good question!
You can think of writing with TextSpark as working with a playful improvisational partner who doesn't get mad when you don't like their ideas. But when you do like them, you just keep rolling! This makes TextSpark especially useful for "Pantsers," which are writers who enjoy writing from the "seat of their pants," even though all types of authors can benefit from TextSpark's suggestions.
Because TextSpark always looks at your last few hundred words whenever you ask it for a suggestion, there are a few tips and tricks you can use to make sure you're getting the best possible results out of your AI co-writing pal.
We call these these techniques "Scene Priming," "Type Framing," and "Word Herding," and we'll go through each of them in the series of posts below and explain how to use them in your writing.
If you want to learn even more about how TextSpark can help you craft the story of your dreams, be sure to also check out some of the biggest benefits of writing with TextSpark!