Grammarly introduces style guides for Grammarly Business

San Francisco-based software company Grammarly has launched a new feature for its corporate customers which allows them to create customized styles guides. This will allow Grammarly Business customers to make a custom library of words and phrases for the company's employees.

The custom catalogue of words will enable automatic correction of spelling mistakes such as brand or employee names specific to the company which would otherwise not be recognised as correct by the digital writing tool. Grammarly can also recommend better word replacements as per the company's guide. So, if the rules say so, users will receive suggestions to replace words that might be too complicated for the company's customers or words that don't suit the tone of the brand.

Grammarly Business users can also create rules for writing by utilizing the new style guide feature to replace abbreviations, acronyms and jargon. Grammarly stated that the new feature is easy to use and companies will not have trouble creating custom rules or keeping those rules up to date.

The new feature for the corporate writing tool is out now for Grammarly Business. For those interested, more information about it can be found here.

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