Google AI-based grammar checker now available for all G Suite users

Google said that the new features enhance existing spell check functions and highlight possible grammatical errors in the text.

New Delhi: Search Engine goliath Google has said its man-made reasoning (AI)- based language structure checker is presently accessible for all clients of G Suite.

“Recently we presented a BETA for new syntax recommendations in Google Docs. Presently we’re making this element accessible for G Suite Basic, Business, and Enterprise clients,” Google said in a blog.

Google said that the new highlights upgrade existing spell check capacities and feature conceivable syntactic blunders in content. Google is additionally presenting a redone interface for surveying spelling and syntax proposals which makes it quicker and simpler to spot and address blunders in content.

Conceivable syntax revisions will be underlined in blue. To see a proposed amendment or expel the alarm, just right-click. Clients will likewise observe conceivable sentence structure mistakes when running a spelling and punctuation check through the Tools menu.

Clients can undoubtedly audit all language recommendations for report with the refreshed spelling and syntax check device. They can get to it through the “Apparatuses” menu or right-click on a proposal and select “Audit more recommendations” — you’ll see every proposal and activities to address any blunders.

This component will be on as a matter of course and won’t be accessible to G Suite Enterprise for Education, and G Suite for Nonprofits, Google said.

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