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How to Prevent Bramework from Generating Duplicate Content

Using three pluses in a row within the Bramework long-form editor tells Bramework to not read any content before those three pluses.

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Written by Handy Metellus
Updated over a week ago

If you enter three pluses (+++) in the long-form editor, it tells Bramework to skip any content before the pluses.

This prevents the AI from generating duplicate content when using the "Write More" button.

Also, it helps when expanding a section paragraph.

Here are a few tips:

  • When writing a listicle post, to prevent the AI from writing the next number, add the (+++) after the number.

  • To expand on a topic, you can add the (+++) where the paragraph started before the first word.

  • If you'd like to change topics, you add the (+++) anywhere in the editor which tells Bramework's AI to not read any content before those three pluses.

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