Write higher quality articles in less time

Papyrus helps authors, editors and teachers write high quality content in less time. It instantly shows the readability level of any English text with an accuracy that outperforms human experts.
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This looks like it would be really useful! I used to work as a TEFL teacher. It's hard to find texts written for different levels of English fluency... and very difficult to create your own texts and get the reading level right. A tool like this would save teachers a lot of time.
@corinna_keefe Thank you so much for your feedback! When we spoke to various authors in the educational space, they all confirmed the same thing. That is why Papyrus was born :)
This actually sounds really good. When you know a word, it's not always obvious to you that it's a word a lot of people don't understand.
@amnonjackson thank you ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป Glad to see that Papyrus has a broader use case.
Hi Product Hunt, We created Papyrus to help, especially educational publishers, quickly assess the reading level of a piece of text. Our AI devs are pretty happy with the results they were able to achieve. Feedback from pro authors helped us fine tune ML algorithm. They were also positive about the result. We're curious to hear what you think.
Love the idea. How does it compare to Hemingway? Is this tool moreso for educational uses as opposed to marketing/sales? Also, your website on mobile looks a bit rough. Might want to get that checked out ๐Ÿ‘
@antdke thank you for such detailed feedback. Papyrus was developed in collaboration with ELT experts to train the AI algorithm. Itโ€™s also based on unsupervised machine learning techniques. So to answer your question - itโ€™s more advanced than Hemingway. At the moment the tool is available as a web application, we did not launch mobile version just yet. But itโ€™s on our roadmap!
Itโ€™s the most advanced CEFR analyser ever created. I wish I had this tool many years ago when I worked for a insurance company and had to proofread many a letter to see if they were at the clients proficiency level.