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Kwize is a collaborative quotation project in which anyone can add, edit or explain quotes.

The daily quote widget will display each day a different quotation chosen from the contributors' favorite quotes.

You can embed the Quote of the Day widget on your website or blog, including Blogger, Wordpress or Notion.

You can browse contributors' favorite quotes in the Quote of the day section.

By registering, you can also select your favorite quotes and display them with the "my own picks" widget.

If you encounter any technical problem to install the widget, do not hesitate to contact us on our Facebook page or by email: contact@kwize.com

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