IntelliPPT is an amazing online summary generator tool. This is a kind of magic wheel that starts with a single click to produce a summary of any long text if the last one is organized in some way.
IntelliPPT works wonders with media articles, scientific articles, news articles or commentary on works if properly organized. In the unlikely event that no one is in control, the tool appropriately discards the sponge with text-type texts, chats or chats. In all other respects magic works fully and the results of the few tests I have found are amazing.
Usage is very easy. Just copy and paste the text you want to summarize or upload the PDF/DOCX in the window provided on the site’s homepage and select the size of summary in terms of percentage. Clicking the summarize button almost immediately the result is displayed. The kind of clear healing on the screen your two texts and the popular formula “before – after” left the original text, a direct summary.
IntelliPPT creators have done the right thing and have also promised to make it easier for you to use your most useful browser extensions that will allow you to use IntelliPPT while browsing the web with one click.
The effect produced by IntelliPPT is not perfect. This is an automated summary that captures key points and ideas of the text. Then you finish it and refine it. But this first automatic analysis will save you a lot of time. IntelliPPT reduces the average text length by two.
The tool is moving forward. In the results window, you have a small cursor that allows you to further reduce text. The real danger is if you skip the proposed automatic reduction of losses by passing on an important point or text view.
IntelliPPT also provides, in the results window, a text analysis button that highlights important roles and important yellow ideas in the text. Take the test for example with the long Wikipedia, you will be amazed at the result.
Oh, I forgot that IntelliPPT is playable and “amazing” for English. An amazing summarizing tool that finds and picks up important ideas in the text and lets you get to the point. Great tool to put in your hands. It is for a moment free to use in the universal educational environment. It’s free to advertise and you don’t need to sign up to use it.
Angela is a senior editor at Dreniq News. She has written for many famous news agencies.