How to customize comment templates for Instanobel auto-commenting?

We recommend you to add more than 10 different neutral comment templates if you use Comment action. But it's still not enough. For sure no one can add hundreds of comments by hand. But what if you could add 1000+ different neutral comments just with one (or few) templates?



This is possible with Instanobel! We implemented support of Spintax format for the comments and now it's as easy as pleasant.

What is Spintax? You can read some bits of information on the Wikipedia: Article spinning. But we would like to add some more details.

Spintax is a writing format used to "spin" or re-write existing content. The main purpose is to create many unique articles from one source article. Take a look at the next example: "

{Nice|Cool} photo!". Each time when this phrase is posted as a comment the "{Nice|Cool}" part will be "unspinned" and we will get two different comments: "Nice photo!" and "Cool photo!".

Really cool and easy, right?

There are no limits on how many Spintax parts can be used in the comment.

Furthermore, you can use Nested Spintax format:
"{This {photo|image}|Your {shot|picture}} looks {nice|cool|awesome}!" and get 12 absolutely different comments. Some of them:
"This photo looks cool!", "Your picture looks nice!".

The more variety you use in your Spintax templates the more different comments you get. Just have a look at this monstrous example:

"{|||Wow! |Hey! |Looks {nice|cool}! }{{I like|I love|Like|Love} {this|your}|{Very nice|Nice|Cool}} {photo|foto|picture|pic|image|img}{.|!|!!| :)| ;)| :D| <3}"

It gives you 2058 (!) unique comments like these: "Wow! I like this photo :D", "Looks cool! Very nice pic!!", "Cool image!" etc.

Please, feel free to share your ideas and Spintax examples in the comments to this blog post!

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