When working through Word Tasks in INK, it's quite common to see cards like this:

Grammar and composition are important to how well your content performs, and INK uses the Word Tasks function to show you what parts of your content need improving. 

Once you've finished addressing this task, this card will disappear from your Word Tasks list. 

But, what if you want to improve your content even further? Where can you see other issues?

For example, let's say the Word Task pictured above comes up in one of your INK sessions. 

You get you adverb usage down to 12, and the card disappears. That's great, right?

Well, if you want to improve it even further, maybe push the adverb number down to 4 or 5, how can you view them then?

 You can do this easily by using INK's Text Composition Tool. You can find this tool in the top left corner under the Tools tab, as pictured below:

INK's Text Composition tool can be a secret weapon when it comes to boosting the potential of your content. Once you open the tool, it will show you everything you need to know about the composition and style of your work.

As you can see above, this tool breaks down your content to answer every grammatical question you may have. 

For example, if you want to reduce the number of adverbs in your work, you can find them highlighted in red. Using this highlighting system, you can see exactly how you compose your content and where specific patterns occur. 

This can be a great way of taking a deeper dive into your work, particularly if it is something that INK's Word Tasks highlighted as an issue for you. 

If you have any suggestions for improving INK's text composition tool, feel free to send us a feedback form through the INK app.

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