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Screenshot: Beth Skwarecki, New York Times I like to think of myself as good at Wordle (caring about Wordle is one of my worst personality flaws and I’m embracing it, thank you very much), so I was thrilled to see that the New York Times has a new tool called WordleBot that can grade your performance on any past Wordle. If you’ve played Wordle recently, you can visit the tool in the same browser and it’ll know how you made your guesses—but you can also upload a screenshot of a Wordle you have played in the past. I’m going to introduce you to the bot with some older screenshots, but then we’ll dive into strategy for today’s puzzle, number 293, so either stop reading or go solve it now if you don’t want to see spoilers. How to use WordleBot First, solve today’s puzzle, and then visit this link . It will guide you through the process. If you want an analysis of an older puzzle or somebody else’s puzzle, take a screenshot. (After you solve a puzzle, the Wordle stats screen will pop up. Hit the “x” and then screenshot the grid. You can also go back to that page any time after solving, so long as the next puzzle isn’t out yet, and it will remember your guesses.) Then, swipe through the result screens. The first one gives you an overall score for skill and for luck. The rest step through your guesses, and the bot compares […]