Changing Articles After They Are Finalized [Spin Rewriter Tutorial]

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This is Jason from In this short video, I would like to show you how you can edit one of your articles even after it’s been finalized.

In general, the generated spintax can be edited in step 2 of the spinning process. All you need to do is double click an original word and then select or de-select synonyms. You can always find detailed instructions about this in our short tutorial video about manual spinning.

However, after your article is finalized, further changes to your spintax are limited. Spintax can still be changed, but you will need to do it manually, which is why we only recommend this to the more advanced users. Synonyms can be added to the existing spintax by adding an extra pipe character and entering a new synonym inside the curly brackets. Synonyms can also be removed by manually deleting them – don’t forget to delete the pipe character as well.

Once you are done, click this button to save the changed article into your archive.

As you can see, changing the generated spintax only makes sense when you’re thinking about introducing some minor changes. For larger changes, I suggest restarting the entire spinning process again by copying an article with the spintax in the first step and then changing it in the second step.

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