What is the maximum word count ProWritingAid can check?
Although ProWritingAid does not have a maximum word count, it works best when looking at fewer than 10,000 words at a time. The complex nature of our many high-powered reports requires that the tool maintain contact with our servers to function. Many customers break their documents up by chapter to get under that word count and to avoid becoming overwhelmed with suggestions.
Ensuring your chapters are less than 10,000 words will help ProWritingAid work faster and more efficiently.
Making each chapter into a separate file is usually the best method if you're working in our Desktop App, Google Docs integration, or Word Add-In. However, in our Web Editor, you can use our Chapter Bar feature to split your document into chapters while only having to upload it once. You can find out more about this here.
The Web Editor will preserve your formatting when you export your document back out to your computer.
You can check your word count with the Length report on both the Desktop App and the Web Editor. On the MS Word add-on, the word count can be found under the 'Sentence' report.
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