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Originally Posted by tersagun

Hey guys,
not entirely relevant to this thread but couldn't find any proper answer through the internet.

Is there a way to add custom bulk words to the SwiftKey dictionary? I couldn't find the file where the words are stored so that I couldn't manually import some words. Is it impossible?

Yeah, the place for that question isn't here.

But... Swiftkey can learn from past texts and stuff. Check in the settings of swiftkey, in "swiftkey cloud". It can learn from emails, twitters, etc...
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