How to Use Wordle | Best Free Word Cloud Generator 2021

There are a lot of means to illustrate your blog and make it more expressive. In our previous posts we spoke about image license types and image resources such as photo stock and photo sharing websites. Besides you can draw smart pictures yourself using free photo editing programs like Paint or professional Adobe Photoshop.

What is the Best Free Word Cloud Generator?

Today I’d like to draw your attention to EdWordle, a free online word cloud generator web app that creates images out of a word cloud. Wordle maker saves you much time and displays your creativity to the utmost. It shows a new approach to your blog post because it conveys the main idea out of chosen key words.

How to Create a Wordle Free Online?

Follow 3 easy steps to create a Wordle:

  1. Go to the official website wordle.net
  2. Press the Create Now button
  3. Insert a list of necessary words, click on First Generate a Wordle and you are done.

If you choose Randomize mode you will be gifted with a random image. However you can customize the given sample to suit your needs: modify layout, background, fonts, etc. All editing options are in the toolbar next to the Wordle editor.

How to Use Wordle Word Cloud Generator

The richer your list of words, the more lavish and impressive your wordle looks. The words that have been introduced more times than others will appear larger on the image. To prevent a phrase from splitting, put a special sign tilde (~) between the words. If it is necessary to insert numbers you will have to uncheck “Remove numbers” in the Language tab.

Watch how to use Wordle in the video tutorial below:

EdWordle is the easiest online wordle maker app I have ever tried. It is clear and comprehensive even to small children. Among other advantages of this service are multiple ways of practical usage and cross-platform orientation. You can make pictures for T-shirts, magazine covers, birthday cards, use the newly crafted wordles as slides for a PowerPoint presentation etc.

One big shortcoming of EdWodle is limited saving options. You cannot copy your wordles directly from the web. There is a round-about way to save the Wordle picture further in PNG (no JPEG) or PDF formats. If you find other imperfections, please report to the author.

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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Golda Plemel

    Just wanted to say thank you for featuring my work. You guys have a great site to promote awareness. Very honored.

  2. Tam Brown

    On txt2pic.com you can make more images with your text.

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