How to set the best tone of voice

Written by
Ben Toth
Last updated:
December 13, 2023

Picking the right tone of voice can really influence the quality of the text Molin creates. So, we collected a few tips and ideas here to help you get better results.

In the templates, the tone of voice can be set freely. It can be really anything. It's even possible to set more kind of tone of voice, e.g. "friendly, kind, uplifting".

Tip 1.

Most of us don't really know the kind of tone they are writing in. To solve this problem, we created a Tone Detector Template, which calculates your tone of voice.

Simply paste previously written content into the textbox and Molin will analyze the tone. We suggest you use this result from Molin for the entire content that you are creating.

Tip 2.

When you're using the document editor, you can tell Molin to use a specific tone of voice.

For example:
Let's say that you want to rewrite a paragraph of text in a different tone. Then a good command for Molin would be "Rewrite the paragraph above in a helpful, informative, and professional tone."

In other words, don't forget to add the tone to your commands.

Tip 3.

If you really want to dive deep into Molin's mind, then you can try things like "Sound like Albert Einstein"

Here's a list of commonly used tones:

  • Professional
  • Funny
  • Casual
  • Excited
  • Robot-like
  • Sarcastic
  • Romantic
  • Bold
  • Grumpy
  • Old
  • Secretive
  • Dramatic
  • Dads
  • Moms
  • Teenagers

Ben Toth

CEO & Co-founder
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