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How to Draft Clauses & Add Language with Spellbook
How to Draft Clauses & Add Language with Spellbook
Written by Sarah Beatty
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Draft can be used to quickly add language to your documents.

Ways you can use Draft:

  1. Ask it to write clauses for your document. Be as specific as possible and it will generate a clause for you to add. An example prompt could be "Write a limited liability clause that benefits my client ABC".

  2. Ask it to summarize changes in the document. An example prompt could be "summarize changes in this document in 300 words or less".

  3. Write a follow-up email to your client. An example prompt could be "Write an email to my client summarizing the changes I've made and explain why I made them. Make it 300 words or less."

  4. Ask it to write a letter or pleading. An example prompt could be "Write a letter to X about Y event"

  5. Ask it to summarize advice for you to share with a client. An example prompt could be "Write a summary of what the new Working for Workers Act could mean for my client"โ€‹

See our quick demo video below as an example:

NOTE- Spellbook uses the context of the document and defined terms to customize language for your specific scenario. Language can be reviewed and modified before being inserted into your document.

How to Use Draft in Spellbook

  1. Click "Select a Spell to get started"

2. Click "Draft a clause"

3. Type in your prompt for what you'd like drafted. Be as specific as you can to get the best results.

4. You can either copy it to the clipboard by clicking the Copy button next to "Insert at Cursor" or click the Insert at Cursor to insert it into your document wherever you placed your cursor.

5. You will then see the text appear in the document.

6. If you don't like what was drafted, you can click the Garbage icon and dismiss it.

๐Ÿ’ก If you have any other questions about this please donโ€™t hesitate to contact Spellbook Support at

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