How to Use | IntenCheck Tutorial
You can enter/paste new text or upload an already existing document (.txt, .doc, .docx, .rtf) to analyze it with IntenCheck. You can also create a new document from within an existing open document view.
Another option for importing existing text is to create a blank document, then paste in text from your clipboard (CTRL+V on PCs and ⌘+V on Macs).
Performing text analysis
When ready to analyze the text press the "Analyze" button.
Viewing the results
After pressing the "Analyze" button the results should appear on the right side panel where you will see groups of categories with the names and corresponding values on the scale from 0-100.
The advice can be viewed by selecting each of the categories available.
Editing and re-analyzing
IntenCheck analysis module is equipped with the text editor for your convenience. You can make changes to your text within the analysis editor and re-analyze again to see the results until you are happy with the values.
Saving document and generating report
You can also save the document you have been working on as well as generate a .pdf report.
By default, the IntenCheck will highlight the words (if present) per category selected. The default language template is General.
You can switch to highlighting categories of a specific group by selecting Highlighter -> Group. You have the option to completely disable Highlighter by going to the Menu, select Highlighter ->Disable. See below.
*Please note that in order to format your text, first you need to disable the highlighting mode.
The IntenCheck can also show examples of words from each of the categories. To view some examples, go to the main menu and select Words -> Examples. See below.
If you would like the system not to evaluate specific words from the text you can add them to the Stop List. To do so, first select one word from the text, and go to the main Menu ->Words ->Add to Stop List.
You can also remove them from this list by going to the Stop List and deleting the words.
You can use Smart Reply option to match your answer according to your addressee's text. In this case, your reply will be analyzed directly against the person you are answering to.
To use this function select the tab Smart Reply -> Enable / Disable.
You can create an Individual Profile Template from your addressee's text and save it for future use. See Custom Template function.
If you would like to analyze text based on a unique language template, you can create a Custom Template (custom language template).
To create a new Custom Template as a baseline for the text analysis, first, paste the desired text into the editing field and click on Custom Template tab -> New.
A pop-up will ask you to name your Custom Template in order to save it.
A newly created template will appear under the Language Template list.
You can add additional text(s) from the same source(s) to the previously created Custom Template to build a more accurate template by  entering/pasting a new fragment of text, then  clicking and selecting a particular custom template from the drop-down of Language Template option and finally  by clicking on Add fragment from the Custom Template tab.
*Note: You cannot modify or delete existing pre-built Language Templates.
You can view all fragments from which a particular custom template(s) was/were built by going to the Custom Templates tab -> View fragments.
You can also modify your custom template(s) by removing particular fragments. Go to Custom Templates tab -> View fragments, select the fragment you want to remove and press the Delete button.