A counter of words, letters, numbers, and characters in text

There are characters left up to the character limit.
Exhausted = % of set characters.

Number of characters with spaces:
Number of characters without spaces:
Number of spaces:
Number of letters:
Number of digits:
Word count:
Number of sentences:
Number of paragraphs:


How many characters, letters, and numbers does the text have?

Do you need to find out how long the text you have written or you are reading somewhere is? How many characters, with or without spaces, how many letters, numbers, words, sentences or paragraphs does it have in total? Our online word and character counter will certainly come in handy for this purpose. It is a free tool in which you type or paste text and then just read the resulting values.

You can even set the required character limit and check how many characters are missing or exceeding it. The text can then be simply edited, copied and used anywhere else.

The counter of words, characters, letters, and numbers in text just like the default value feature to check its length is useful in many cases. For example, you want to keep the minimum or maximum number of standard pages written, set the maximum number of characters in an SMS or MMS message, not exceed the maximum number of characters in a title or description of your website, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram post, and many other examples could be given.

How to count characters, letters, numbers, spaces, words, sentences, and paragraphs in text?

  1. Enter or type the text in which you want to count the characters.
  2. Use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+C to copy the text.
  3. Use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+V to insert the text.
  4. Set the desired number of characters from which the number of characters in your text will be subtracted, or leave the default value of 1,800 characters (1 standard page).
  5. Click the COUNT button.