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Including Specific Articles
« on: September 14, 2016, 01:44:01 AM »
I have an idea for a feature that i think fits into existing IAW features, so shouldn't require that much extra work to introduce.

John L has previously asked for new feature suggestions in earlier versions of IAW, so hopefully it will be ok to submit here. Otherwise, i'll send it to support.

The idea is this: IAW allows you to choose articles that you specifically want to include in research. That is, you already have an article or articles you know about that you want to use.

I see two ways of doing this, so it would be good if IAW could use both:
1) Simply upload the text of the article into IAW.
2) Provide a link to the article.

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Re: Including Specific Articles
« Reply #1 on: September 14, 2016, 04:36:02 AM »
I have an idea for a feature that i think fits into existing IAW features, so shouldn't require that much extra work to introduce.

John L has previously asked for new feature suggestions in earlier versions of IAW, so hopefully it will be ok to submit here. Otherwise, i'll send it to support.

The idea is this: IAW allows you to choose articles that you specifically want to include in research. That is, you already have an article or articles you know about that you want to use.

I see two ways of doing this, so it would be good if IAW could use both:
1) Simply upload the text of the article into IAW.
2) Provide a link to the article.

If you already have text you want to use, you could copy and paste it into the IAW article, directly.

Re: Including Specific Articles
« Reply #2 on: September 17, 2016, 05:00:34 AM »
Yes, i could do that, but since the point of IAW is to help automate, it would be good to see how IAW uses the information to Generate Random Article and Auto-Create Content.

This is especially the case for more than one article. Also useful for when IAW has trouble coming up with much research itself.

This would allow people to provide at least some of the research they want included, and see how IAW uses it. Potentially it could also save time, which - at least in theory - is another big advantage of IAW.
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