What is Zulla’s Content Wizard
Zulla’s Content Wizard tool reworks existing paragraphs of text by returning improved, enriched, plagiarism-free and copyright-free paragraphs. Once the title to be assigned to the document has been chosen and the basic structure generated, simply add one or more paragraphs via the ‘+’ button centrally located at the top of the page and paste or type in the paragraph to be reworked.
Some important points about Zulla’s Content Wizard
The Content Wizard tool is very useful for summarizing concepts and or quickly rewriting them even if taken from third-party websites. Its operation is not to generate an entire article but to rewrite a piece of content eliminating the risks of plagiarism and making the content copyright free.
- With its ability to rework in 24 languages, the content wizard tool allows you to enter text written in one language and regenerate it, plagiarism-free, in a new language. Think of it as a translator, but one who not only translates but also rewrites concepts making them unique and original.
- If you do not like the generated paragraph, remember that you have the “regenerate” function available, which you can use in case the generated one is not to your liking.
- You can also extend the newly generated paragraph by using the “stretch paragraph” feature, which in addition to independently stretching the generated paragraph (when possible), allows you to add a sentence or sentence beginning to the end of the paragraph and have Zulla continue the writing.
- The maximum length supported for each paragraph to be regenerated is currently 2000 characters. After entering the paragraph, by clicking on the generate button, the text of the given paragraph will be reworked by Zulla.
- The Content Wizard tool is available from the Small Agency plan (monthly and annual).
📌 Also read: how to use Zulla’s Assisted Article tool.
Content Wizard parameters
- Document title: The title of the document. Unlike other cases, this title does not affect generation.
- Tone of voice: More or less formal tones of voice are available for different needs. It is possible to try different voice tones to get results more suitable for what is being generated.
- Language: The generation language chosen for processing. Currently 24 European languages are supported.
Example of using the content wizard
SpaceX: Space Exploration Technologies Corporation
Tone of voice
Text to regenerate
Space Exploration Technologies Corporation is a U.S. aerospace company based in Hawthorne, California, USA, formed in 2002 by Elon Musk with the goal of creating the technologies to reduce the cost of access to space and enable the colonization of Mars. The company developed the Falcon 1, Falcon 9, and Falcon Heavy launchers and the Dragon and Dragon 2 capsules to transport cargo and astronauts to and from the International Space Station.
SpaceX is a company that is revolutionizing the aerospace industry with its innovative technologies to reduce the cost of access to space. The company developed the Falcon 1, Falcon 9, and Falcon Heavy launchers and the Dragon and Dragon 2 capsules to transport cargo and astronauts to and from the International Space Station. SpaceX’s main mission is to make the colonization of Mars possible by enabling cheaper access to space.
Text generated by the Content Wizard
SpaceX’s milestones include the first private rocket to reach orbit (the Falcon 1 in 2008) and the first launch of a private spacecraft with the goal of putting it into orbit and recovering it (the Dragon in 2010). In addition, SpaceX was the first private company to send a spacecraft to the International Space Station (the Dragon in 2012), to make the first propulsive landing for a rocket (the Falcon 9 in 2015), and to reuse a rocket (the Falcon 9 in 2017).
SpaceX has achieved several significant milestones in aviation and space. Between 2008 and 2015, sent a spacecraft to the International Space Station, performed the first propulsive landing for a rocket, and reused a rocket. It is also the first private company to send a spacecraft to the ISS.