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Surfer x Jasper Integration

Get to know how to use Surfer in Jasper

Updated over a week ago

What is Jasper?

Jasper is a standalone artificial intelligence tool that writes content based on guidelines like briefs, keywords, and titles.

How does the integration work, and what is required?

With our integration, you will get access to a new option called SEO mode in your Jasper dashboard. The SEO mode allows you to use one of our tools – Content Editor, directly inside your Jasper documents to improve the content prepared by Jasper SEO-wise.

💡 To use the integration, there are two main requirements:

  • an active subscription to Jasper

  • an active subscription to Surfer

Any paid plan will work, and free plans are excluded from integrations.

Your Surfer and Jasper logins do not have to be the same - browser cookies will do the magic!

Setting up the integration

Once you have ensured your subscriptions are active and you are logged into both accounts simultaneously, you want to verify your Jasper settings by following these steps:

  • From your left side menu, click on your profile dropdown

  • Select Settings

  • Select Integrations

  • Activate the toggle for Surfer SEO

You're now all set! 😊

Accessing the SEO mode

Once you're connected, you should now see our integration when accessing the editor in Jasper. So to get started, you can choose one of your existing Jasper documents or create a new one.

Then, click on the SEO mode option available on the panel at your left to bring the Content Editor panel into the document. Next, you can create new guidelines by entering your main keyword and location for 1 Content Editor credit or link to existent guidelines by clicking on one of the Content Editors from your history list:

⚠️ The integration allows you to link existing Surfer guidelines and create new ones directly in Jasper, but there’s no sync for content. You will need to copy-paste the content manually from one Editor to another.

Sharing a draft link

Please, keep in mind that while your Editor is linked to Jasper, you will not be able to create a Sharable link anymore, and your previously shared links for this particular draft will expire. However, you can always disconnect a content editor from Jasper and then create a shareable link in Surfer (standard one or Google document one) – your content editor will be ready to share.

You can disconnect the content editor from the Jasper document in both ways:

In Jasper

Click on the paper clip button to unlink the guidelines:

In Surfer – open the content editor from the list in Surfer » click the "Share" button on the right » click "Disconnect from Content Editor"

Then you can follow the instruction to create a shareable content editor link to share the editor with your coworkers/writers.

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