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Grammarly can now check your work in Google Docs

If you're not a wordsmith when it comes to writing, Grammarly can be an invaluable tool that can help improve your writing and at the same time also teach about grammar. While the plug-in works on a variety of browsers and websites, Google Docs has always been unsupported. Luckily, starting today, a beta of the service will allow it to work with Google Docs.

Those that have been requesting Google Docs support will be happy that the development team at Grammarly was listening. The beta has been in testing for some time, with Grammarly Premium users getting first access. Since the reviews have been positive with those users, the feature is now rolling out to all. The update will be made available to Chrome users starting today, but will not roll out to everyone. Instead, the feature will be released in waves over the coming month.

You'll know that you have access to the beta if you enter into Google Docs and a pop-up notifies you that you are working with the beta. If not, you'll have to rely on the Grammarly Editor for now.

Source: Grammarly

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