Make a word cloud

Your word cloud

Number of words: 0 / 0

The following words could not fit in the word cloud:

To try to fit more: reduce the difference in word sizes, alter the layout of the word cloud or regenerate.

Make a word cloud


Word cloud settings

  • sans-serif
  • serif
  • monospace
  • Daniel
  • Essays1743
  • Gentium
  • Gruenewald-VA
  • Isabella
  • Jura
  • Sniglet
  • Yiggivoo
from to
For an unlimited number, set to 0.


  • Portrait
  • Landscape
  • Square (1:1)
  • 4:3
  • A4 (1.4142:1)
  • 3:2
  • 16:10
  • 5:3
  • 16:9
  • 2:1
1.6 :
Width cannot be more than 10× height, & vice versa.

Word clouds always scale to fit.



Generating from a new source will not change your current word cloud settings.However, changes made to individual words will be lost because a new word list will be created.


0 were found in the original source.


Only display words found at least this often.
The highest frequency is 0.

0 match the filtering criteria.

Set by filtering criteria. Set manually by you.


Make a word cloud

Original source

Normal text

Copy and paste the text of your document or try an example.
By default, the more frequently a word is found, the larger it becomes in the word cloud.

For example, enter a table, or apply no filter if words do not repeat.

No filter

Text is repeated in the word cloud as given. It is not counted, filtered or sorted.


Copy and paste from a spreadsheet or manually enter your own.
Separate columns with a tab, comma, colon or a space (see examples).


Separate by a space or a new line. Replace with default.

Each will be removed from the beginning or end of any word. Replace with default.

Each character is replaced by a non-breaking space, keeping words together.

About word clouds

A word cloud is an image made of words that together resemble a cloudy shape.
The size of a word shows how important it is e.g. how often it appears in a text — its frequency.

People typically use word clouds to easily produce a summary of large documents (reports, speeches), to create art on a topic (gifts, displays) or to visualise data (tables, surveys).