Purple Growth sidebar
Purple Growth Plugin in Purple Hub
The Purple Growth Sidebar is your intelligent, KI-powered companion in the Gutenberg Editor in Purple Hub. With this feature enabled, you can gain additional insights into the article you are writing as you type, helping you to ensure you are creating SEO-optimised content.
You can define phrases (keywords) that are important to the article and validate that the article text covers them. To add a keyword, type the keyword in the entry field 'Add Keyword' and click on the plus symbol. The keywords will be highlighted in green, yellow, or grey, to indicate how well they are covered in the article text. Clicking on a keyword will open a detailed view, showing trend data, if available.
These keywords are a similar concept as the article tags. If you do not want to manage both lists (keywords and tags) of phrases in parallel, there is also an option to synchronise these two. With this sync option enabled, the article tags will always automatically mirror the keywords you defined here in the sidebar. To enable the feature in your sidebar, please talk to your Purple Project Manager or open a ticket via the support helpdesk.
Purple Growth automatically detects "entities" (locations, organizations, people, events, ...) from your article text while you type. This helps authors to have a quick overview of the topics mentioned in their article.
Additionally, you can click on an entity to see details about it. Here you can see how this entity was detected in the text, as sometimes, different phrasing was used to detect it. If supported by the selected entity recognition provider, you can click on the shown Wikipedia icon to open the wiki article related to this entity. Also, you can click the button here to directly promote this entity to a keyword.
While editing your article, we search across your database of articles for related content, and show the results here in the sidebar. You can open the articles here to have a look inside, or you can directly copy the article URL to then e.g. embed it as a link into the current one.