Text Expander binds the corresponding abbreviation characters to the long text (paragraph, fixed sentence, even letter) that needs frequently repeated input. When the abbreviation is spelled, the long text it represents will be generated in an instant to improve the input efficiency.
If you often engage in text editings, such as organizing online activities, online customer support, or code programming, you will encounter repeatedly entering the same text paragraph. Maybe you will temporarily put the text in a messy clipboard file and paste it as you like. Well, the effect is similar to that of Text Expander, but there is an extra set of Ctrl C + V? I'll bear it! But if you have to change the person's name or address or replace words before repeating the call? I don't think we can beat the Text Expander.
Text expander has only one core function, which is text substitution. Text Expander can deal with frequently entered polite words, e-mails, expressions, and even code modules.