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A text summarizer is an online tool that uses AI and complex algorithms to condense a text from its long, detailed version to one that is short and comprehensible. A summarizer tool carries all of the key points in a text over to the condensed version. The content you receive contains a complete overview of the text. For example, pasting 2000 words worth of content into the summarizer can result in a more digestible 200-word version, eliminating nearly ¾ of the text.
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Our text summarizer uses AI algorithms to “read” the full content, understand its meaning, and break it down into a more condensed version. The algorithm recognizes key topics and perspectives to note the levels of importance for each word, sentence, phrase, and paragraph. In this way, the filler text can be removed without harming the value of the content. Thus, you are provided with a summary of the text you’ve pasted without compromise. Popular websites have provided summaries of textbook chapters, short stories, novels, and more for years. The Website and Text Summarizer by Smodin improve the utility of CliffsNotes by utilizing AI to summarize any text, not just popular books, with the click of a button.
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Compressing the content of any lengthy text like a research paper, essay, report, or book is beneficial to the reader in a variety of ways. Most likely, the number one reason a person would use a summarizing tool is to avoid reading the actual text. The summary that appears contains all of the main points of interest that can be read in a fraction of the time it would take someone to read the full text. Reasons for this include not having enough time, having no interest in the topic, meeting a closely approaching deadline, and more. Another reason why someone would use a text summarizer is to better understand a text they have read. Because the tool provides a condensed version of the content provided, a reader can verify their comprehension of the main topics, themes, and points of interest. In this way, a summarizing tool can be considered as a strong study guide. The purpose may be different for summarizing websites. Of course, you can paste the link to an individual blog post, article, or news piece and receive a summary as mentioned above. However, some websites are difficult to understand differently. The purpose of a product, brand, or service may not be clear when scanning the full website. Pasting the link to that website will provide a summary of the major points on that site, which means you get a better view of what that company or product does.
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A wide variety of people use summary tools for different reasons. Students use tools of this kind because it’s generally required that a student must read a large quantity of text. Simply put, there’s not enough time to cover all texts required in rigorous study courses. Therefore, a text summary tool can help students to complete assignments on time while ensuring they understand the content. Students also use these tools to ensure their written content covers the necessary topic. Teachers also have a lot of content to read, whether it’s for grading papers and reviewing student assignments, or creating lesson plans. A summarizer can quickly create an overview of any text, allowing teachers to avoid reviewing content that’s unrelated to the topic or focusing on assignments that need more attention than others. Journalists and editors use tools of this kind to condense information into bite-sized pieces. This improves the legibility of headlines and introductory paragraphs. Journalists also need to quote many sources or summarize an entire speech into a single paragraph. Using a summarizer tool makes it entirely possible without making an article excruciatingly long or misinterpreting what someone says. Editors, as well, can use this tool to avoid the time-consuming nature of reviewing lengthy articles. They can paste the content in the summarizer and receive a reduced text that displays the theme of the content. Copywriters (as well as students and other types of writers) can use this tool to create a closing paragraph or statement. It can be difficult to encapsulate an entire work into a single paragraph, especially after spending so much time writing the body of the story. Many writers struggle to leave out the parts they’ve become attached to or even just find the right words to finish their piece of content. With a text summarizer, writers can simply paste the reduced version of their content as the conclusion without sacrificing the intent of the article, itself.
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Please note that our Text and Website Summarizer Tool is not paraphrasing. So, what is paraphrasing, and what’s the difference between summarizing and paraphrasing? Paraphrasing is changing the text at hand into your own, unique version while keeping the meaning of the original content. Usually when paraphrasing, the content becomes shorter but is not used as a summary. Rather, paraphrasing takes the information you deem most important and converts it into your own words. Summarizing is simply converting a long piece of text into a much shorter version by only keeping the major points of interest. It is not rewritten, rather it removes the unnecessary pieces of information to provide you with a short piece that explains an entire passage. Summarizers are not plagiarism-proof, meaning if you copy and paste a generated summary, you might be flagged for plagiarism. However, other tools can rewrite a summary into a unique piece of work like our Text Rewriter tool
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One of the key reasons to use Bing Chat over ChatGPT is its integration in the Microsoft Edge Sidebar. Being here it's always easily accessible, but it also gives it some added powers.
One of those powers is being able to summarize the content of the web page you're currently browsing. You can achieve the same result by pasting a URL into Bing Chat's web interface, but the Sidebar is way more convenient.
However, it's also a feature that needs to be enabled. This is potentially due to privacy, which is fine, but if you're being stonewalled when asking for your summaries, here's what you need to do.
How to enable Page Context for Bing Chat in Microsoft Edge
You've probably seen other people using this feature and want to try it out. I use it regularly to summarize long articles into bullet point lists and extract key takeaways. But unless it's enabled in Edge, you're going to run into a wall.
You need to make sure that Page Context is turned on. Here's how to do it.
1. Open Microsoft Edge . 2. Click the three-dots button to open the settings menu. 3. Click Settings . 4. Select Sidebar . 5. Ensure the Page Context toggle is enabled.
Now you'll be able to use a prompt such as " Summarize this article for me into a list of bullet points " and Bing Chat will oblige. An additional step I like to add is to ask it to also " generate some key takeaways. "
By doing this you not only get a much-shortened version of the article to digest, but on longer pieces it can help parse the more important points behind it.
While the feature works and works well, it's also still subject to bugs. As I write this guide, I keep seeing errors, but most of the time it works really well. If Page Context is having a moment, you can still paste the URL into the Sidebar and have Bing Chat summarize using that.
Using Bing Chat in this way is a one of a number of methods you can use to make Microsoft's chatbot part of your daily life , and certainly one of its most useful.
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How to Write a Summary | Guide & Examples
Published on November 23, 2020 by Shona McCombes . Revised on May 31, 2023.
Summarizing , or writing a summary, means giving a concise overview of a text’s main points in your own words. A summary is always much shorter than the original text.
There are five key steps that can help you to write a summary:
- Read the text
- Break it down into sections
- Identify the key points in each section
- Write the summary
- Check the summary against the article
Writing a summary does not involve critiquing or evaluating the source . You should simply provide an accurate account of the most important information and ideas (without copying any text from the original).
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When to write a summary, step 1: read the text, step 2: break the text down into sections, step 3: identify the key points in each section, step 4: write the summary, step 5: check the summary against the article, other interesting articles, frequently asked questions about summarizing.
There are many situations in which you might have to summarize an article or other source:
- As a stand-alone assignment to show you’ve understood the material
- To keep notes that will help you remember what you’ve read
- To give an overview of other researchers’ work in a literature review
When you’re writing an academic text like an essay , research paper , or dissertation , you’ll integrate sources in a variety of ways. You might use a brief quote to support your point, or paraphrase a few sentences or paragraphs.
But it’s often appropriate to summarize a whole article or chapter if it is especially relevant to your own research, or to provide an overview of a source before you analyze or critique it.
In any case, the goal of summarizing is to give your reader a clear understanding of the original source. Follow the five steps outlined below to write a good summary.
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You should read the article more than once to make sure you’ve thoroughly understood it. It’s often effective to read in three stages:
- Scan the article quickly to get a sense of its topic and overall shape.
- Read the article carefully, highlighting important points and taking notes as you read.
- Skim the article again to confirm you’ve understood the key points, and reread any particularly important or difficult passages.
There are some tricks you can use to identify the key points as you read:
- Start by reading the abstract . This already contains the author’s own summary of their work, and it tells you what to expect from the article.
- Pay attention to headings and subheadings . These should give you a good sense of what each part is about.
- Read the introduction and the conclusion together and compare them: What did the author set out to do, and what was the outcome?
To make the text more manageable and understand its sub-points, break it down into smaller sections.
If the text is a scientific paper that follows a standard empirical structure, it is probably already organized into clearly marked sections, usually including an introduction , methods , results , and discussion .
Other types of articles may not be explicitly divided into sections. But most articles and essays will be structured around a series of sub-points or themes.
Now it’s time go through each section and pick out its most important points. What does your reader need to know to understand the overall argument or conclusion of the article?
Keep in mind that a summary does not involve paraphrasing every single paragraph of the article. Your goal is to extract the essential points, leaving out anything that can be considered background information or supplementary detail.
In a scientific article, there are some easy questions you can ask to identify the key points in each part.
If the article takes a different form, you might have to think more carefully about what points are most important for the reader to understand its argument.
In that case, pay particular attention to the thesis statement —the central claim that the author wants us to accept, which usually appears in the introduction—and the topic sentences that signal the main idea of each paragraph.
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Now that you know the key points that the article aims to communicate, you need to put them in your own words.
To avoid plagiarism and show you’ve understood the article, it’s essential to properly paraphrase the author’s ideas. Do not copy and paste parts of the article, not even just a sentence or two.
The best way to do this is to put the article aside and write out your own understanding of the author’s key points.
Examples of article summaries
Let’s take a look at an example. Below, we summarize this article , which scientifically investigates the old saying “an apple a day keeps the doctor away.”
Davis et al. (2015) set out to empirically test the popular saying “an apple a day keeps the doctor away.” Apples are often used to represent a healthy lifestyle, and research has shown their nutritional properties could be beneficial for various aspects of health. The authors’ unique approach is to take the saying literally and ask: do people who eat apples use healthcare services less frequently? If there is indeed such a relationship, they suggest, promoting apple consumption could help reduce healthcare costs.
The study used publicly available cross-sectional data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. Participants were categorized as either apple eaters or non-apple eaters based on their self-reported apple consumption in an average 24-hour period. They were also categorized as either avoiding or not avoiding the use of healthcare services in the past year. The data was statistically analyzed to test whether there was an association between apple consumption and several dependent variables: physician visits, hospital stays, use of mental health services, and use of prescription medication.
Although apple eaters were slightly more likely to have avoided physician visits, this relationship was not statistically significant after adjusting for various relevant factors. No association was found between apple consumption and hospital stays or mental health service use. However, apple eaters were found to be slightly more likely to have avoided using prescription medication. Based on these results, the authors conclude that an apple a day does not keep the doctor away, but it may keep the pharmacist away. They suggest that this finding could have implications for reducing healthcare costs, considering the high annual costs of prescription medication and the inexpensiveness of apples.
However, the authors also note several limitations of the study: most importantly, that apple eaters are likely to differ from non-apple eaters in ways that may have confounded the results (for example, apple eaters may be more likely to be health-conscious). To establish any causal relationship between apple consumption and avoidance of medication, they recommend experimental research.
An article summary like the above would be appropriate for a stand-alone summary assignment. However, you’ll often want to give an even more concise summary of an article.
For example, in a literature review or meta analysis you may want to briefly summarize this study as part of a wider discussion of various sources. In this case, we can boil our summary down even further to include only the most relevant information.
Using national survey data, Davis et al. (2015) tested the assertion that “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” and did not find statistically significant evidence to support this hypothesis. While people who consumed apples were slightly less likely to use prescription medications, the study was unable to demonstrate a causal relationship between these variables.
Citing the source you’re summarizing
When including a summary as part of a larger text, it’s essential to properly cite the source you’re summarizing. The exact format depends on your citation style , but it usually includes an in-text citation and a full reference at the end of your paper.
You can easily create your citations and references in APA or MLA using our free citation generators.
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Finally, read through the article once more to ensure that:
- You’ve accurately represented the author’s work
- You haven’t missed any essential information
- The phrasing is not too similar to any sentences in the original.
If you’re summarizing many articles as part of your own work, it may be a good idea to use a plagiarism checker to double-check that your text is completely original and properly cited. Just be sure to use one that’s safe and reliable.
If you want to know more about ChatGPT, AI tools , citation , and plagiarism , make sure to check out some of our other articles with explanations and examples.
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A summary is a short overview of the main points of an article or other source, written entirely in your own words. Want to make your life super easy? Try our free text summarizer today!
A summary is always much shorter than the original text. The length of a summary can range from just a few sentences to several paragraphs; it depends on the length of the article you’re summarizing, and on the purpose of the summary.
You might have to write a summary of a source:
- As a stand-alone assignment to prove you understand the material
- For your own use, to keep notes on your reading
- To provide an overview of other researchers’ work in a literature review
- In a paper , to summarize or introduce a relevant study
To avoid plagiarism when summarizing an article or other source, follow these two rules:
- Write the summary entirely in your own words by paraphrasing the author’s ideas.
- Cite the source with an in-text citation and a full reference so your reader can easily find the original text.
An abstract concisely explains all the key points of an academic text such as a thesis , dissertation or journal article. It should summarize the whole text, not just introduce it.
An abstract is a type of summary , but summaries are also written elsewhere in academic writing . For example, you might summarize a source in a paper , in a literature review , or as a standalone assignment.
All can be done within seconds with our free text summarizer .
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Using generative AI to summarize web page and YouTube video
Let’s admit it: the internet might have all the information in the world, but it’s often covered by a lot of fluff. Whether it’s how-to articles, technical reviews, or research papers, you often need to read through large blocks of text before you get to the part you’re looking for. This takes away a lot of time and brainpower that can be invested somewhere more productive.
Why not let AI do the heavy lifting for you? OpenAI’s GPT-3 can parse thousands of words in seconds and create concise and to-the-point summaries for you. Since Bardeen is integrated with OpenAI, you can use it to summarize web pages, videos, emails, and meeting notes in your browser!
Summarize website content with Bardeen
Although many people are excited by how AI can generate content , its summarization capabilities are equally impressive. There are many new tools for summarizing website content, like Frase , QuillBot , and TDLR This . But these are all individual websites and have various limitations.
What if you want the feature to summarize website content in your browser, quickly accessible with just a few clicks? For that, Bardeen is the most convenient option for Chrome. Let’s look at a few prebuilt automations for this.
First, let’s discuss web pages. Using Bardeen, you can summarize any web page, like articles, short stories, and Wikipedia pages. Here are some automations for that.
Whenever you come across a long web page, run this automation. It’ll create a summary of the page using OpenAI and save it to Google Docs. You can do the same for ClickUp , Notion , Coda , and Airtable . You can also send the summary on WhatsApp .
If you’re an SEO expert, you might want to identify the keywords used on a page. This automation will do that for you. In addition, it’ll also create a summary of the webpage and store the collected data in Coda.
Since Bardeen is integrated with over fifty apps , we offer prebuilt automations for multiple platforms. This automation will save keywords and a summary of the current webpage to Google Sheets.
If you’re looking up businesses on Facebook, use this automation to make research more straightforward. When you open a Facebook business page, run this automation, and it’ll create a summary of it.
Videos and YouTube
Yes, you can also summarize videos with Bardeen! Although videos are generally easier to go through than articles (you can always watch at 2X speed), they can still take up valuable time. Here are some automations for summarizing videos.
You can use this automation to summarize a video, whether a podcast episode, tech tutorial, or news clip. Open the video in a tab and run this automation. It’ll use OpenAI to generate a summary and save the results to Airtable. You can also save it to Google Sheets or send it as an email .
Do you like to keep up with the news or learn new skills while getting other things done? This automation creates an AI-generated audio recording of the summary of a YouTube video. So, you can listen to it at your convenience.
Long emails are often just as challenging to go through as a Wikipedia page. With these automations, you can summarize emails, create email drafts, and declutter your inbox.
Want to send a summary of an email to a team member on Slack? This automation will do that for you. You only need to specify the email and input the Slack username you’d like to send it to.
If you’ve received a long email with many action items, you don’t want to manually add tasks to your project management platform. This automation will summarize the email and create a task for you. It’s also available for ClickUp .
It’s difficult to write emails from scratch while ensuring you don’t make any errors. To save time and minimize stress, you can use this automation. It uses AI to write an email draft based on your prompt and preferred tone.
If you want to keep your email inbox clean and organized, you can leverage the power of AI to achieve that. Check out this article to learn about AI-powered email inbox management tools .
Meetings are often essential to make action plans, develop relationships, and share ideas. Unfortunately, post-meeting notes can contain irrelevant information, making them time-consuming to refer to later. With these automations, you can leverage AI to streamline your workflow.
This automation will generate a summary, pick action items from your meeting notes, and add them to Asana. You can also save these tasks to ClickUp , Coda , and Pipedrive .
Instead of saving the meeting summary and action items to a project management platform, you can send them to a Slack channel or user. You can also send this data as a WhatsApp message.
We also have many useful non-AI meeting automations available for you. For example, you can copy Google Calendar meetings to Notion , add enriched meeting participant data to a Coda table , and more ! Check this article for meeting automations to save time.
Leverage AI to save more time
Summarizing website content is a great way to save time, but you can use AI for much more. The OpenAI integration in Bardeen lets you bring the full power of AI to optimize everyday tasks. Check out our top OpenAI automations .
Do you have an idea for an automation? You can make it a reality in just a few minutes with Magic Box . Type out what you want the automation to do, and Magic Box will create it. Learn about more Bardeen AI features .
In the age of information overload, it’s wise to leverage the text summarization capability of AI to save time and stay sharp. Using Bardeen is the most convenient way to do this since it’s free to get started, available for Chrome, and works with many types of content.
As your next step forward, install Bardeen and summarize a webpage .
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What is website structure?
Website structure, also referred to as site architecture, refers to how a site’s pages and its content are structured in relation to other content on the page and between pages. Site structure focuses on how content links to each other, how it’s grouped together, and how visitors experience the content. It also impacts how search engine crawlers interact with a website.
Website structure encompasses various disciplines, including web development, UX design , and SEO.
Why is a website’s structure important?
Having a good website structure can benefit your website in several ways, including:
Improved user experience
A good site structure can improve the user experience of a website as it helps provide visitors with the information they need while making it easy for them to navigate to other relevant pages.
Easier content management
Creating an orderly site structure makes it easier to keep track of the pages on your site. This helps you find duplicate content easier and identify important pages that might be missing from your site.
Improved search engine rankings and crawlability
A good website structure can impact several aspects of your SEO. By ensuring your pages are linked to relevant pages on the same or similar topics, often called content clusters, it’s easier for search engine crawlers to find your pages and to understand what a page is about. Since a good site structure also improves the user experience, it can also help your SEO efforts with improved user metrics .
Site structure generally starts with how the main pages interlink. In most cases, the main navigation is based on a hierarchical structure. Hierarchical structure creates a tree-like shape when drawn out. On the right, you can see an example of a hierarchical website structure.
Hierarchical website structure is considered best practice for SEO, but a few other website structures are also used, including sequential structure, database structure, and matrix structure. These are far less common than the hierarchical website structure.
Elements of a website’s structure
There are various essential elements that make up a website’s structure. Below are some of the most important ones:
The URL structure is an important part of the overall structure of a website, as well as important for SEO. Things like trailing slashes , HTTPS , and www redirects are all important to consider when optimizing your URL structure.
Categories are especially important for blogs, improving navigation as well as topical relevance. The use of categories can also help reduce the number of orphan pages and encourages more internal linking .
A website’s navigation is one of the most important aspects of website structure, allowing users to navigate to the page they’re looking for as efficiently as possible. A well-organized website navigation improves the usability of a site and can help you get sitelinks on your SERP listings.
Internal linking helps website visitors and crawlers move between pages. Internal links are an important part of SEO since they improve the crawlability of a site, as well as passing link juice between pages.
Although not as important as some of the other things mentioned, breadcrumbs show a user where a page is located in relation to the rest of the site. This helps them understand what a page is about and makes navigating to other relevant pages easier.
Sitemap & existing pages
A sitemap is a document that lists all the different pages on a site, helping search engine crawlers discover new content quickly. Although generally considered as less relevant to smaller sites, a site map is still an important part of a site’s structure, improving accessibility.
Importance in SEO and marketing
A website’s structure impacts all interactions with the site, including user interaction, search engine interaction, or the interaction a site admin or webmaster has with the site. This makes it an important focal point for site owners.
By ensuring your site has a good structure, you can optimize the user experience, making navigation easier. You can also improve your SEO performance by enhancing the contextual relevance of pages, the internal link structure, and the site’s crawlability.
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A text summarizer is an online tool that wraps up a text to a specified short length. It condenses a long article to main points. The need for text summarizers is increasing day by day, because of time constraints.
People are looking for shortcut methods to learn ideas in lesser time. Even text summarizers are helping them to decide whether a book, a research paper, or an article is worth reading or not.
Oxford defines summary as:
“ a short statement that gives only the main points of something, not the details. ”
Approaches in auto summarization:
Mainly two approaches have been developed over time for summarizing a long text into a shorter one.
This approach entails the method to extract keywords and phrases from sentences and then joining them to produce a compact meaningful summary.
In this summary generator, algorithms are developed in such a way to reproduce a long text into a shorter one by NLP. It retains its meaning but changes the structure of sentences.
How does this text summarizer work?
Trained by machine learning, Paraphraser.io text summarizer uses the concept of abstractive summarization to summarize a book, an article, or a research paper.
This summarize tool uses NLP to create novel sentences and generates a summary in which the main idea remains intact. It is an advanced-level tool that uses AI for its work. Therefore, the summary produced by this article summarizer tool appears to be flawless and inflow.
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The features that give this text summarizer an advantage over others are given below.
This is the best feature of this summary tool because it gives you the freedom to choose the length of your summarized text.
It depends upon the circumstances, sometimes you want to create a long summary and sometimes a shorter one is enough. This summary generator tool gives you the choice to summarize your text according to your needs.
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When you want to analyze your text, you can use our text summarizer to create bullet points. This summarizer tool can help you in creating PowerPoint slides and presentations.
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It’s a full-pack feature that gives you the whole ranking of your text. This summary maker provides the best line, best sentence, and general ranking of your text according to its optimization.
Our text summarizer has free usage and can be used whenever it is needed. You can instantly use it without giving any login.
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A text summarizer helps students to condense difficult concepts by summarizing them. They get the know-how of complex articles and books. Moreover, manual summarizing can be very time-consuming. They use a text summarizer to solve their assignments in lesser time.
Journalists can get help from our text summarizer as they have to communicate an incident or an event. Giving thorough news is not valuable as compared to quick headliners. So, they can use this summarizing tool to inform people about daily happenings.
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A website is a collection of many web pages, and web pages are digital files that are written using HTML(HyperText Markup Language). To make your website available to every person in the world, it must be stored or hosted on a computer connected to the Internet round a clock. Such computers are known as a Web Server .
The website’s web pages are linked with hyperlinks and hypertext and share a common interface and design. The website might also contain some additional documents and files such as images, videos, or other digital assets.
With the Internet invading every sphere, we see websites for all kinds of causes and purposes. So, we can also say that a website can also be thought of as a digital environment capable of delivering information and solutions and promoting interaction between people, places, and things to support the goals of the organization it was created for.
Components of a Website: We know that a website is a collection of a webpages hosted on a web-server. These are the components for making a website.
- Webhost: Hosting is the location where the website is physically located. Group of webpages (linked webpages) licensed to be called a website only when the webpage is hosted on the webserver. The webserver is a set of files transmitted to user computers when they specify the website’s address..
- Address: Address of a website also known as the URL of a website. When a user wants to open a website then they need to put the address or URL of the website into the web browser, and the asked website is delivered by the webserver.
- Homepage : Home page is a very common and important part of a webpage. It is the first webpage that appears when a visitor visits the website. The home page of a website is very important as it sets the look and feel of the website and directs viewers to the rest of the pages on the website.
- Design : It is the final and overall look and feel of the website that has a result of proper use and integration elements like navigation menus, graphics, layout, navigation menus etc.
- Content : Every web pages contained on the website together make up the content of the website. Good content on the webpages makes the website more effective and attractive.
- The Navigation Structure: The navigation structure of a website is the order of the pages, the collection of what links to what. Usually, it is held together by at least one navigation menu.
How to access Websites? When we type a certain URL in a browser search bar, the browser requests the page from the Web server and the Web server returns the required web page and its content to the browser. Now, it differs from how the server returns the information required in the case of static and dynamic websites.
Types of Website:
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- Dynamic Website
Dynamic Website: In Dynamic Websites, Web pages are returned by the server which is processed during runtime means they are not prebuilt web pages, but they are built during runtime according to the user’s demand with the help of server-side scripting languages such as PHP, Node.js, ASP.NET and many more supported by the server. So, they are slower than static websites but updates and interaction with databases are possible. Dynamic Websites are used over Static Websites as updates can be done very easily as compared to static websites (Where altering in every page is required) but in Dynamic Websites, it is possible to do a common change once, and it will reflect in all the web pages.
There are different types of websites on the whole internet, we had chosen some most common categories to give you a brief idea –
- Blogs: These types of websites are managed by an individual or a small group of persons, they can cover any topics — they can give you fashion tips, music tips, travel tips, fitness tips. Nowadays professional blogging has become an external popular way of earning money online.
- E-commerce: These websites are well known as online shops. These websites allow us to make purchasing products and online payments for products and services. Stores can be handled as standalone websites.
- Portfolio: These types of websites acts as an extension of a freelancer resume. It provides a convenient way for potential clients to view your work while also allowing you to expand on your skills or services.
- Brochure: These types of websites are mainly used by small businesses, these types of websites act as a digital business card, and used to display contact information, and to advertise services, with just a few pages.
- News and Magazines: These websites needs less explanation, the main purpose of these types of websites is to keep their readers up-to-date from current affairs whereas magazines focus on the entertainment.
- Social Media: We all know about some famous social media websites like Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, and many more. These websites are usually created to let people share their thoughts, images, videos, and other useful components.
- Educational: Educational websites are quite simple to understand as their name itself explains it. These websites are designed to display information via audio or videos or images.
- Portal: These types of websites are used for internal purposes within the school, institute, or any business, These websites often contain a login process allowing students to access their credential information or allows employees to access their emails and alerts.
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This tutorial has taught you how to use HTML to create your own web site.
HTML is the universal markup language for the Web. HTML lets you format text, add graphics, create links, input forms, frames and tables, etc., and save it all in a text file that any browser can read and display.
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To make your website available to the world, you must publish it.
For this, you have two options:
- Use an Internet Service Provider
- Host your own website
Using an Internet Service Provider
An Internet service provider (ISP) is a company that provides services for accessing and using the Internet.
Internet services typically provided by ISPs include Internet access, Internet transit, domain name registration, web hosting, Usenet service, and colocation.
Using an Internet Service Provider (ISP) is the most common option.
- Connection Speed - ISPs have very fast connections to the internet.
- Powerful Hardware - ISPs have powerful web servers that can be shared by several clients. You can also expect an effective load balancing and necessary backup servers
- Security and Stability - ISPs are specialists on web hosting. Expect more than 99% up time, the latest software patches, and the best virus protection
Things to Consider:
- 24-hour support - The ISP should offer 24-hours support. Toll-free phone could also be vital
- Daily Backup - The ISP must run a daily backup routine
- Traffic Volume - Check the ISP's traffic volume restrictions (do not end up paying a fortune for unexpected high traffic)
- Bandwidth or Content Restrictions - Check the ISP's bandwidth and content restrictions (Is it possible to publish pictures, video, or sound?)
- E-mail Capabilities - Make sure the ISP supports the e-mail capabilities you need
- Database Access - Make sure the ISP supports the database access you need
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Hosting your own website, on your own server, is also an option.
- Hardware Expenses - To run a "real" web site, you must buy powerful server hardware (a low cost PC will not do the job). You will also need a permanent (24/7) high-speed connection
- Software Expenses - Server-licenses are often higher than client-licenses. Server-licenses also might have limits on number of users
- Labor Expenses - Don't expect low labor expenses. You have to install your own hardware and software. You also have to deal with bugs and viruses, and keep your server constantly running
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The Breakdown of a Website’s Page Structure
When you’re talking with your web developer - have you ever felt like you are in the dark with everything they are saying? With so many different terms and vocabulary surrounding the web industry… it can be difficult to decipher!
We are always thinking about our clients! How we can make their lives easier when they are going down the digital path to success? This is a question that's always on our minds.
That’s why we came up with this list of common types of pages, sections, and elements within a website to help wrap your head around the typical website structure, and understand exactly what you’re dealing with.
What Are The Different Pages In A Website?
Essentially, there are the 3 different types of pages people use to create a website. These pages are: Homepages, Landing Pages, and Interior Pages.
What Are Homepages?
Your homepage is where 90% of your visitors will end up when they first reach your website. It is responsible for giving a good first impression of your business.
A good homepage should properly demonstrate what services/products you have to offer, and where people should go next once they have decided you are the right choice for them.
Your homepage is the face of your website. It should do its job well, and cater to the interests of your visitors. A good homepage offers an exceptional user experience that will leave the visitor satisfied. Take a look at our example from the Waalflower , a restaurant website we recently designed for one of our clients.
This homepage leaves a nice first impression on the visitor (just look at that dish!) . It offers them a way to book a table right away and see the full menu of the restaurant.
What Are Landing Pages?
Landing pages are used to capture leads, generate sales, and engage with visitors before they have entered the website. They will typically prompt you to sign up for a service, buy a product, or check out a new promotion.
Landing pages are extremely effective when used properly. Most marketers use landing pages as the beginning step of their sales funnel (a series of pages that ends with a goal being completed - like a sale). They have a very focused purpose so don’t try and overload your landing pages with tons of information.
Create specific call-to-actions for your visitors - keep it simple but elegant!
Here’s an example of a landing page created with LeadPages to capture newsletter signups for the Go Top Shelf blog.
This landing page gets the point across quickly in a nice, big bold font with a quick quip about what subscribers will receive each month. Our call to action button takes care of the rest!
What Are Interior Pages?
Every page you create other than your homepage or landing pages are termed as "interior pages" . These pages can be found in the navigation menus and typically consist of services, about, contact, and blog pages.
Take a look at our simple example of an interior page taken from the Go Top Shelf blog.
What Are The Different Sections Of A Website?
Unlike page types, there are six main sections within a basic website - The Header, The Page Header, Hero Section, Content Section, Sidebar Section, & Footer Section.
We will go over these different sections in more detail in the content below.
What is the <head> Section?
What is the <body> Section?
The HTML <body> tag defines the main content of a webpage that will be directly visible to the user . This is where all of the visual/content elements of your website will be contained to display that information to your visitors. Images, text, hyperlinks, and more can be found within this section.
What are Rows and Columns?
Websites are laid out using grids and the rows and columns that make up this grid are contained within the <body> of a webpage. CSS is used to style and layout the grids.
We create rows for individual portions of the webpage to lay out content within them . We use columns to set how much of a webpage will be taken up by the row horizontally. Typically, most websites use a 12-column system, so if a row takes up 12-columns, it will be the full width of the webpage, if it takes up 6-columns, it will take up 50% of the webpage. In the example below, the image takes up 12-columns so it takes up the full width on the page.
What Is A Header?
The header is responsible for showing visitors the website's company logo, the primary & secondary navigation menus, and contact information. The header is normally at the very top of the page.
The menu highlighted in red in the picture below is an example of a header done correctly.
What Is A Hero Section?
A hero section is like the page header but is strictly for homepages ONLY. Hero sections are used to help convey your products and services to your visitors on your homepage. You can use different elements such as sliders to help give your visitor as much information as possible while capturing the lead with a classy call to action.
We used a tiled layout for Coffee Concept’s hero section that highlights the information about their coffee, and how it is sourced. All backed up by beautiful imagery and typographic (type/font) elements.
What Is A Page Header?
A page header is a section below the main header . It isn’t necessary for every page, and it typically states the page title to the visitor. They sometimes have breadcrumb links for navigation and some nice imagery.
On Coffee Concept's site, we used a simple image of a latte backed up by their title “Restaurants, Cafes, & Food Services” to personalize this page header a bit more.
What Is A Content Section?
Your content section is where all of your page information goes . This is where the bulk of your titles, paragraphs, images, and forms will go in your website. The content section is known as the biggest part of the page.
What Is A Sidebar Section?
Sidebar sections are responsible for showing visitors additional navigation, and filtering options depending on what the site requires. Some sites may utilize a sidebar to help visitors get around the website, while others may use them to filter through products in an ecommerce site to find what they’re looking for.
What Is A Footer Section?
What Are The Different Elements Of A Website?
Pages make up a website, and sections make up a page. We will now talk about the different elements in a website that help bring your sections together. We will go over the following elements: Primary Navigation Menus, Call To Actions, Secondary Navigation Menus, Sign-up, and Contact Forms.
What Is A Primary Navigation Menu?
Primary navigation menus are used to help users traverse through your website. They should include a list of 3-7 top level links to other pages on your website. Any other links should be put within the sub-nav.
What Is A Secondary Navigation Menu?
Secondary navigation menus are used to highlight links to specialty pages such as services pages, login/signup pages, career pages, and charity pages. Great for highlighting important pages that may not fit into the primary navigation bar.
The Breakdown Conclusion
There are TONS of different terms and vocabulary surrounding the web design /development industry. It can be troublesome to try and remember them all… however, when it comes down to it, the basic terms we just went over are part of the foundation for any great website.
In this article, we covered the basic terms and vocabulary you need to know about website design and development. We also covered what each of these elements can do for your site, and how to best utilize them.
Whether you are just getting started or have a bit of experience - everyone has something to learn from this article.
If you think we missed anything important - please feel free to leave a comment below!
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Get the Most Out of Your Summarizing Tool: Tips and Tricks for Effective Text Summarization
Select the text size of your conclusion:, what is the term "summarizing tool".
- It is an essential aspect of content creation research and analysis. It can help condense huge quantities of information into a manageable and concise format that is simpler to comprehend and remember. There are numerous summarizing software available for purchase however, which one is the most efficient? This article we'll examine the top summarizing software and evaluate their features to help you decide on the best choice for your needs.
- A summarizing tool is an element of software or an online platform that is able to automatically condense a large amount of content into a short and more concise overview. It can be beneficial in a variety of tasks like creating content, conducting research and analysis. summarizing tools can be utilized to find the most important information in texts, including the principal points, the important concepts, and the most significant quotations.
What to Look For in the Summarizing Tool?
When you are evaluating tools to summarize there are many important aspects to be considered. They include:
accuracy: The tool should be able to pinpoint the most important concepts and points in the text.
Flexible: The tool should be capable of handling a vast spectrum of different types of text such as news articles and research papers.
customization: The tool should let you customize the summary to meet your needs specifically like by changing the length, or focusing on certain keywords.
Usability: The tool should be simple to understand and use and have an interface that is user-friendly.
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What is summarizing tool?
A computer program or web-based platform referred to as a summarizing software can automatically reduce text to a more concise, manageable summary. Numerous different tasks, including research, creation of content, and analysis, can be benefited by this. Important information from the text, including the most important ideas, the key concepts, as well as important quotations, can be discovered through summarizing methods.
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Automatic Summarizer The tool employs advanced algorithms to summarize text in just a few minutes. It allows for a great degree of personalization, allowing users to change your summary's length as well as concentrate on certain keywords.
Summary Tool It is an easy-to-use and simple option to quickly summarize text. It gives you a range of options for personalizing the summary, such as the option to alter the length of the summary and to focus on particular keywords.
SmallSEOTools The SmallSEOTools is free online summarizing tool that lets you quickly compress text into a brief summary. It also gives a variety of options to customize the summary, which includes the option to alter the length of the summary and concentrate on particular keywords.
SummarizeBot The tool makes use of natural machine learning and language processing to automatically summarize texts. It provides a high level of precision and versatility, and can process a wide variety of different types of text.
Smmry It is an easy and quick way to organize text, with a particular focus on highlighting the most important points and concepts. The tool also gives a variety of options to personalize the summary, such as the option of adjusting the length of the summary and concentrate on particular keywords.
In terms of the summarizing tools there are a variety of alternatives available. The right tool for you will be based on your particular requirements and preferences. Take into consideration the precision and flexibility, as well as the customization and the ease of use of each tool before making your choice. Through comparing the top summary tools and comparing their capabilities, you can choose the best choice for your requirements.
How do you use an effective summarizing tool?
The summarizing tool works by analysing the text and identifying most significant phrases and sentences, in accordance with factors such as the frequency of keywords and their relevance to the topic in general. The tool then creates the summary of the most important sentences and phrases and can also eliminate irrelevant or redundant data.
Utilizing a summarizing tool efficiently involves a few steps. First, you must select the text you would like to summarize and paste that text to the software. Then, choose the summary length , then select "summarize." The program will create an overview of your text. Check the summary to be sure that it accurately reflects the major elements of the text.
Best practices for summarizing text
When using a summarizing tool is essential to keep some good practices in your mind. First, you should use the tool with a range of different types of text, including reports, articles and emails, to gain an understanding of how it functions on different kinds of text. Also, make sure to review the summary to ensure it accurately reflects the key elements of the text. Also, you should consider using several summary tools to evaluate the results to determine the one that best suits your requirements.
The most common mistakes to avoid using a summarizing tool
When using a tool to summarize is important to stay clear of some of the most common mistakes. Don't solely rely on the tool to understand the text. Always go through the original text to gain a greater understanding. Don't use the tool to summarise text that is already concise and short. Also, don't make use of the tool to summarise text that is complex or technical because the tool might not be able identify the most important aspects.
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No matter if you're a student professional or researcher our summarizing tool can assist you in reducing time and improve the efficiency of your work. It employs sophisticated algorithms to determine and highlight the most significant information from any text so that you can concentrate on the essential points, without getting lost with unnecessary details. With our easy-to-use interface and adjustable settings, you can customize the software to meet your personal requirements and preferences. Test it today and see all the benefits of a comprehensive summarizing tool!
Furthermore, our summarizing tool isn't limited to text. It can be used to summarize video and audio content also. This makes it a perfect tool for podcasters , journalists and video creators who want to compress their content to meet the demands of audience members with limited time. With the capability to summarize video and audio this tool gives you greater flexibility in your work. In the modern world of speed time is a precious commodity and our summarizing tool will help you maximize your time. When you're trying to learn the contents of a research paper simplify a lengthy piece of writing, or make a summary from an episode of a podcast Our tool has the job covered. With its sophisticated algorithms and flexible settings, it's an most effective solution to summarize text. Test it today and see how it will assist you!
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In the modern, fast-paced world of digital the issue of information overload is a problem confronted by many people as well as organizations. With all the information accessible online it can become difficult to locate the most pertinent information. This is where the tools to summarize are useful.
The summarizing tools, are made to extract automatically the most significant details from text. It allows users to quickly and quickly take a quick snapshot of the essential points, without needing to read every word of text.
How does our summarizing tool work?
Our text summarizer makes use of a combination of natural machine learning and language processing methods to study the text and pinpoint the most crucial details. It usually works by looking at the frequentity of words and phrases in addition to structuring of text to identify the most important elements.
One of the main advantages of our tool is it's capacity to manage large volumes of text efficiently and quickly. This makes our summarizing tool especially useful for companies that must keep track of a huge amount of data, including research institutes , news media and other institutions .
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There are many benefits of using summarizing tools such as:
- Time savings By swiftly and easily separating the most important details from text, synthesis tools help users save time which would otherwise be spending reading the whole text.
- Improved productivity by simplifying the process of searching for relevant data, summary tools can boost productivity for both organizations and individuals.
- Helping to make better decisions By giving a concise and clear outline of the key elements summarize tools will help users make better educated decisions.
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As natural machine learning and language processing technologies advance the likelihood is that summarizing tools will grow even more accurate and precise. They will be able to process even greater amounts of text and offer additional detailed and pertinent summary.
In the end, summarizing tools are an essential tool for those trying to stay abreast of the vast amounts of information accessible online. If you're a journalist, researcher or a professional in the field A good summary tool can aid you in saving time, boost productivity, and take better choices.
In the end, summarizing tools are becoming more of an essential part of our technological age, where overload of information is a prevalent issue. Summarizing-tool.com is among the most effective summarizing tools online and allows you to quickly extract the most important details from a text. It makes use of a combination of natural machine learning and language processing methods to provide you with an accurate short summary of essential elements. Its ability to process massive amounts of text fast effectively, the program will aid you in increasing productivity, make more informed decisions , and also save time. As natural machine learning and language processing technology continues to develop and improve, summarizing tools will become increasingly useful.
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Another benefit of our summary tool is its capacity to summarize different kinds of texts, including news articles, research papers ebooks, and much more. It is a flexible instrument that could be employed to serve a variety of applications, such as research for academics as well as news analysis and creating content. No matter if you're a student researcher or an expert, this summary tool will keep you current and informed about the most recent developments in your area of expertise.
Additionally the summarizing tool that we offer is also an excellent tool to improve your comprehension of reading and retention. In reducing long text into short summaries it is easier to comprehend and retain the most important aspects. This is particularly beneficial to students studying for their exams or for professionals who have to keep up-to-date with the most recent developments in their subject.
Furthermore the summarizing tool we offer can be used to create summary of customer reviews and feedback. This is useful for companies and other organizations who are looking to gain a quick understanding of the opinions and sentiments of their clients. By analyzing reviews and feedback from customers businesses can discover patterns and trends that could assist them in improving their offerings and services.
Our summarizing tool is an effective and flexible tool that could be used for a vast array of applications. It will aid you in saving time, improve efficiency, and increase your recall and comprehension. Take a look now and find out how it could assist you.
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What kinds of texts can be written down using a summarizing tool?
A summary tool can be utilized to simplify a variety of texts, such as news articles essays, research papers, research papers and much more. It works with short-form and long-form texts and is used to summarize written as well as spoken texts.
Is our summarizing tool works correctly?
The precision of a summarizing tool will differ based on the software itself and the accuracy algorithm used. Some summarizing software is more precise than others, and it is important to assess the results of the tool prior to using it for critical tasks.
Summarizing tools can be used to check plagiarism?
Although summarizing tools can be used to reduce texts, they are not specifically designed to be used for checking plagiarism. There are additional tools specifically designed to detect plagiarism in writing for example, Turnitin.
Can you use our summarizing tool to manage large documents?
Yes, the summarizing tool is designed to handle huge documents. It is able to quickly and effectively summarize even the longest of texts.
Can I alter how long the summarization produced by the summarizing tool?
The summarizing tool allows you to alter the length of your summary to meet your requirements regardless of whether you require just a short summary or a more thorough one.
Does our summarization tool support different languages?
Our summarization tool supports many languages, which allows you to summarize texts in a variety of languages like English, Spanish, French, German, Italian etc.
Is the summarizing tool accessible online and/or as download software?
The summarizing tool is available online online or as download software. You can access it from any device that has an internet connection, or install it on your personal computer to use offline.
What kind of texts can the summarizing tool be applied on?
summarizing tools can be utilized to summarize a range of text types, including news papers, articles, legally-based documents and many more. They're especially useful when writing long-form documents, like books or reports.
Are there any limitations to the use of a summarizing tool?
While summarizing tools can be helpful in quickly grasping the key elements of a text they are not without limitations. They can miss crucial details or the context of the text, and they are less effective for texts that are extremely complicated or technical. Furthermore your summary's quality could differ based on the software that is being utilized. So, it's crucial to study the summary thoroughly and make use of it as a starting base for further study instead of relying entirely on it.
How can I determine the extent to which my text editing is working?
Rewriting your text is successful when it effectively communicates the same meaning of the original text, but in a different format without introducing additional information, or mistakes. In addition, it must be grammatically correct, and easy to comprehend.
Could you provide examples of when you utilize the process of rewriting text?
A good illustration of text-rewriting may be taking an article on the benefits of exercise regularly and then rewriting it to create an article that focuses that covers the same subject with a new perspective or focus.
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Elements of a good summary.
- The first sentence should contain both title and author's name.
- The first sentence should also hold the thesis statement of the text. It also needs to cover the core ideas that the presenter showcases in their works.
- The length of the summary varies based on the size of the primary source document. Every short text needs to be reduced to a single paragraph, and ensure to make your writing short if you find your text quite long.
- Every summary needs to have arguments that are biased on the thesis statement. It needs to be in the text, and the critical thing you need to know here is you should not express your opinion. Instead, you need to make it based on the author's opinion.
- All your highlighting evidence needed to be showcased in single sentences should be represented in a one-paragraph summary.
- In case you have a multi-paragraph summary, you need to ensure every paragraph holds the topic sentence in its starting line.
- The conclusion needs to be in a way that conveys the complete text you have explained and highlights the critical information.
- Ensure your summary is not half longer than the original document to make is a summary. Omit some unwanted examples and details and make it short from the source materials; probably one-third would be the perfect pick.
- You need to note down before writing a summary to highlight the essential phrases, keywords, key points, topic sentences, conclusions, and outline every paragraph in the margin.
Types of Summaries
- Abstract: It belongs to the summary type and is mostly used for scientific papers. It holds rules and fixed structures that are considered to be strict when compared to other summaries. The abstract is essential when it comes to publishing a research paper, and also, you can find different automatic abstract generators come in handy.
- Executive Summary: This type of summary is used in political contexts or business. It's also represented as an official document that highlights every report fundamental so that it's easy for people to get stuck with the long paper.
- Synopsis: A brief summary is represented as a synopsis. It is mostly used in art context or literature. It usually contains the primary point of the provided story and concise plot versions. Most of the publishers use this summary for marketing.
- Outline: It highlights any document's basic framework. It deals with essential ideas but lacks discussion and examples. For instance, a writer plans an overview before composing the complete paper to organize their thoughts.
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- 2. Abstraction based: The next stage of extraction is based on an advanced summary. This state's main thing is paraphrasing the text parts that you put into the summarizer tool initially. This type of summary efficiently delivers results that work best when compared to the extraction-based summaries. Currently, most of the generating tools are extraction-based.
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LinkedIn has 875 million users and 310 million of these are active every month. By 2025, the platform estimates it will have one billion people signed up. It’s very likely that your dream clients use LinkedIn, so it makes sense to use it to find them. But logging on and seeing a busy newsfeed and hundreds of notifications might leave you wondering where to start.
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If you’re a B2B company you will sell to businesses that fit a certain set of criteria. But there’s more to it than that. It’s very likely that the person who gives the go ahead has a very specific job title. In fact, across your entire client base there’s probably only five or six distinct roles. When you figure out what those job titles are, you can use LinkedIn to perform a search. You can connect with people who fulfil exactly the right parameters. You can avoid wasting time on the platform.
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First impressions matter, and that means on LinkedIn. It’s likely your headshot and header need an edit, especially if you haven’t changed them in a while. Use ChatGPT’s image upload feature to get feedback and wow potential new connections at first glance. Your headshot should be friendly and clear, your header line and banner should explain how you help people achieve a result. Don’t leave this to chance, improve your conversion rate with this simple prompt.
"I have uploaded a screenshot of my current LinkedIn profile header section. Based on this, can you provide suggestions on three key elements: (1) How to improve my profile picture to make it more appealing and professional, (2) Ideas for enhancing my headline text to better communicate what's in it for prospects, focusing on the results and benefits I offer, and (3) Recommendations for making my header banner more engaging and reflective of my professional brand. Your feedback should help me create a strong first impression on LinkedIn and improve my profile's overall effectiveness."
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Your LinkedIn summary comes directly below your featured posts and recent activity and has the title, “about.” But contrary to the title, this section isn’t really about you. Instead, it should share what’s in it for them. It should capture interest and read more like a sales page. It should give someone the full picture of how you can change their world. Ask ChatGPT to help you perfect yours. Copy and paste it in and ask for a rewrite or a better structure.
"I've copied my current LinkedIn 'About' summary below. Can you help rewrite and restructure it to be more impactful? The new summary should start with an attention-grabbing statement, followed by information that builds my credibility. Include testimonials or client success stories (also copied below) to back up this information. Finally, end with a clear call to action that encourages connections to engage with me. The goal is to make the summary not just about me, but a compelling narrative of how I can benefit potential connections and change their world. [Paste your LinkedIn summary]. [Include a testimonial or client success story]."
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When someone reads your opening outreach message they should feel like they know what you’re about and be keen to connect. Ideally, whatever you say doesn’t sound like spam. It doesn’t sound sleazy or overly promotional, but casual, intriguing and inviting a response. Get ChatGPT’s help writing your initial message, to convert more connection requests and have more conversations. You have your list of perfect prospects, your profile is up to scratch, now’s where it all gets real. After using this prompt, you’ll probably need to ask ChatGPT to tone it down.
"I aim to achieve [state your specific goals for connection requests, such as building a network in a specific industry, finding potential clients, etc.]. Based on this goal, can you generate 6 options for opening messages for my LinkedIn connection requests? You are already aware of the roles these individuals have. These messages should be low key yet intriguing, not sound salesy or AI-generated, and be no more than 300 characters each. They should convey what my business does in a casual, engaging manner that encourages a positive response and opens up a conversation."
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ChatGPT now knows who you are and what you deliver. It knows who you’re looking to meet and what you can do for them. Get ideas for content topics and hooks that will demonstrate your skills and expertise in the field, share your personality, and get your new connections caring about what you have to say. Use this prompt to spark the ideas, then get writing the content that you share as regular posts.
"Given what you know about my business, expertise, and target audience, can you adopt the role of a social media marketing expert and suggest 4-5 content pillars that would resonate with my LinkedIn connections? These pillars should reflect areas where I can demonstrate my skills, share insights, and showcase my personality. Additionally, provide 10 options for intriguing hooks – these are attention-grabbing opening sentences for posts that will make people want to read more. The hooks should be compelling and relevant to the suggested content pillars, drawing in readers and encouraging engagement with my content."
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Meeting Summary with Zoom AI Companion uses AI technology, which may include third-party models, and allows meeting hosts to initiate an AI-generated summary of their meeting. When the host enables this feature in a meeting, participants may automatically receive a summary after the meeting ends, if the host chose to share the summary with participants.
Summaries for meetings you hosted can be managed from the web portal and will be sent through email and posted to the meeting's dedicated group chat in Team Chat , making it easy for attendees to review the key points of the meeting and the topics that were discussed.
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- Participants must be signed in to their Zoom account during the meeting to automatically receive the summary
- Currently, Meeting Summary only supports English.
- Only the meeting host and co-host can start or stop the meeting summary through the in-meeting controls. Note : Starting and stopping the summary will still result in a meeting summary of the discussion while the feature was enabled.
- Meeting summarization only begins when the host clicks Start Summary, unless the host has enabled the web setting to automatically start Meeting Summary.
- Use of Meeting Summary with AI Companion is not available in all countries.
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For meetings you host, you can start or stop the meeting summary through the in-meeting controls. The summarization of the meeting only begins when the host or co-host clicks Start Summary . Users can also adjust their settings to have Meeting Summary start as soon as the meeting starts, skipping the need to manually enable summary generation in their meetings. Note : This does not require the host to be present, as the Meeting Summary generation will begin as soon as someone starts your meeting.
The participants will see a notification when the meeting summary has started. The notification type will depend on the participants’ client version.
If the host does have Meeting Summary enabled for their meetings, any meeting participants can request that it be started for the current meeting.
- The host will receive an in-meeting request to start Meeting Summary for the current meeting.
If the host does not have Meeting Summary enabled for their meetings, the host, co-hosts, and any participants can request that it be enabled.
- For Pro accounts, an admin in the meeting will be prompted to enable both the in-meeting Meeting Summary feature and the web-portal Meeting Summary setting through the meeting window prompt. This will take effect immediately.
- For Business accounts and higher, an admin in the meeting will be prompted in the meeting window to open the web portal and enable Meeting Summary setting. This will take effect upon the next meeting start.
- If no one in the meeting has the necessary admin permissions, admins will be sent the request as an email from Zoom.
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Once the meeting has ended, the meeting summary will be finalized and sent out shortly for viewing.
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- Join a meeting with the Zoom desktop client.
- If not currently enabled for the meeting, the participant will be prompted to request feature enablement.
- Click Send Request . The request will be sent to the host (if an admin) or any admins in the current meeting. If no admins are present, an email request is sent instead.
- Start a meeting from the Zoom mobile client.
- In the in-meeting controls, tap More . Additional in-meeting controls will appear.
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- On the Zoom Rooms controller or touch display, tap More . Additional in-meeting controls will appear.
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- On the Zoom Rooms controller or touch display, tap More , then tap Stop Summary to end generating the summary of the current meeting.
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If the host enables sharing, meeting participants can access the summary through email and Zoom Team Chat. Anyone who receives the meeting summary may save and share it with apps and others. The account owner can access the meeting summary.
The meeting summary is only available through Zoom Team Chat if the meeting was scheduled with continuous meeting chat enabled . Note : Continuous meeting chat requires client version 5.14.0 or higher.
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- Click the Team Chat tab.
- Find and select the group chat with the same name as the meeting topic.
- Search for the message from Zoom Meetings then click View Details .
- (Optional) Click Edit to modify the summary, then click Save . Note : Only the host can edit the summary .
- (Optional) Click Delete to remove the summary. Note : Only the host can delete a summary. This action cannot be undone and the deleted summary cannot be restored to the chat channel.
Once a meeting summary is available, a copy of it is provided through email. Summaries for meetings that have continuous meeting chat disabled are only shared through email.
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- Find and select the email with the same subject as the meeting topic to view the summary.
- (Optional) From the body of the email, click Edit Summary Here . You will be prompted to sign in to your Zoom account (if you are not already) to continue editing the summary through the web portal. Note : Only the host has the Edit Summary Here option.
- Unauthenticated users will not receive an email summary, as there was no email address associated with their presence in the meeting.
- Participants joining the meeting ad hoc (through the in-meeting contact invitation or sharing the join link) will not receive the summary, as they were not on the original invitee list.
The Meeting Summary with AI Companion page allows you to view, edit, and share the summaries of meetings you hosted.
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- In the navigation menu, click Meeting Summary with AI Companion .
- In the My Summaries tab, select from the list to access the meeting summary, enter a meeting topic or meeting ID, or select a date range to search for a specific meeting summary. The selected meeting summary will be displayed.
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Division A of the Further Continuing Appropriations and Other Extensions Act, 2024, would provide for the continuation of certain appropriations and authorities contained in divisions A through N of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2023 (Public Law 117-328). That division would extend appropriations and authorities under the jurisdiction of four Appropriations Subcommittees through January 19, 2024. Appropriations and authorities under the jurisdiction of the other eight Subcommittees would be extended through February 2, 2024. Estimates for that legislation, shown in Table 1, are annualized—that is, estimated as if appropriations were provided for the entire fiscal year.
Division B would extend various provisions and authorities, including programs of the Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Agriculture. CBO’s estimates of the budgetary effects of division B are summarized in Table 2. In keeping with title III of division B, and at the direction of the House Committee on the Budget, that division is considered authorization legislation.
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