If you've ever had to write a reference paper, essay or lab report, you know what it means to struggle with an overwhelming amount of information to organise, or a blank page looking back at you. WriteWell helps you organise that information easily, and offers writing templates to help you get started with your paper. The video above is a short demo of the service. It's best feature by far is the wealth of templates built-in to give you a quick start on your writing project. They're not perfect by any means, but they may serve as just enough scaffolding and framework to help you get away from a blank page and into the zone filling it in with your own voice, details and research. WriteWell has templates for university research papers, specific types of essays (compare and contrast, argumentative, reference and so on), news articles, scientific papers and even cover letters and new job pitches.
To make the most writing with WriteWell, you'll want to use it to create "sections" for your paper, and then jump into those sections — and a full text editor — to either do your writing, or to paste in your relevant text. From there, you can rearrange your sections quickly, build your citations or organise your reference data, or just use the natural way WriteWell breaks up you paper to get some writing done.
The service is free to start, and you can sign up with an email address, see all of the features and templates and see if it's something that would work for you. Free accounts are limited to three documents though, so if you want to keep using it, you'll need to upgrade to a paid plan, for $US6 ($8)/mo, or $US60 ($84)/yr. Hit the link below to try it out or learn more.