Some Questions and Answers About How Wordzen Works

How Does Wordzen Work?

People often ask about the process of transforming a hastily-typed email or voice recorded brain dump into a concise, grammatically perfected, professional message.

What makes Wordzen so unique is that we employ human editors to read/listen to your draft and craft a well-thought-out and cohesive email on your behalf.

The basic process is:

  1. You type or voice-record an email message.
  2. You send it to Wordzen.
  3. A professional editor reads your message and makes changes as necessary to make it concise and structured in a manner that it will best be understood. The editor also makes sure you have followed all the rules pertaining to syntax, grammar, punctuation, and spelling.
  4. The editor then sends it to your recipient or returns it to you.

What is the main benefit from using Wordzen?
Many Wordzen users have reported that their emails have actually influenced business deals to go their way. A well-worded email A well-worded email portrays the sender in a positive light, demonstrating intelligence, professionalism, and attention to detail. Wordzen’s goal is to make you more successful.

Will the editors respect my privacy?
Yes. Wordzen editors are all experienced professionals who have dealt with confidential information for years. They adhere to a professional code of practice that includes strict privacy provisions.

How do I start using Wordzen?

It’s easy. Wordzen works with the Chrome browser and with any Gmail account. As long as you have those bases covered you can go to and download the extension. Every time you create an email message you will have the option to send it straight to your recipient or direct it to Wordzen. There is a video here on how to set up Wordzen and another here on how to use the Wordzen voice-record feature.

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