1. What is the Terms Assistant?
It is a new Machine-learning-based feature for Content Editor that will help you with the terms optimisation processes.
2. Where can I find the Terms Assistant?
You can find the feature in all of your Content Editor queries! Simply click "Insert terms" to get the assistant going.
3. When can I use the Assistant?
Your current word count has to be at least 50% of the suggested length.
For example: if your suggested word count range is 1,000 - 1,500 you'll need to have written a minimum of 500 words.
In general, we recommend to use the feature when your article requires just some finishing touches. Another great way to use it is for an imported article published in the past.
Note: We are only able to provide one suggestion per paragraph, so make sure that your article is well-structured! Good news is that you can use the assistant as many times as you need for one article!
4. How does it work?
Click the "Insert terms" button on the right side.
After the Assistant has finished loading your suggestions, you can navigate through the list by clicking on the specific term on the right side panel or by clicking on the up and down arrows at the bottom bar. You can also go through the suggestions by clicking on the paragraphs in the text.
Some terms may have more than one potential placement in the paragraph - so make sure to review it as well by clicking the left and right arrows.
Your keyboard arrow keys can be used to navigate through the suggestions as well!
A term can either be Accepted or Dismissed. You can also skip a term by simply not taking action for it.
Once you are done reviewing the list, click "Save" to apply the changes. Accepted terms will be inserted to the suggested spots, dismissed terms will be pushed to the lowest priority for the future runs of the assistant for this article, while your skipped terms will reappear on the list if you will decide to run the assistant again.
5. Can I pick which terms to optimize?
No, the list is auto-populated by the algorithm, the top priority are the terms that are the least optimized.
6. What languages are supported?
At the moment, following languages are supported:
en, ru, id, vi, fa, uk, th, ja, de, ro, hu, bg, fr, fi, ko, es, pt, no, el, zh, da, pl, he, it, nl
If you notice any language-specific issues with the assistant, please reach out to us at [email protected]. We are looking forward for your feedback!
7. Can I use Terms Assistant with Jasper or Google Docs?
No, you can only use this feature inside of Surfer web-app.