Google announced a great feature on Gmail yesterday; a new spelling and grammar correction feature. And how does it work? Quite easy. Gmail uses Google AI capabilities to provide smarter spell-checking suggestions, as well as detect potential grammatical issues.
So if you are using the Gmail app and a grammar error has been made then a squiggly blue line will appear below the specific sentence which is wrong. A red line appears below the word for misspelled words. Each error that is automatically corrected displays a dotted line below the corrected word or sentence. The AI feature is currently only available in English.
According to Google, the new features of Gmail can be very useful for people with a deadline to write a lot of emails every day and those who speak English as a second language. Also, the AI Assistant is enabled by default, but users who don’t need it can disable it by following the instructions in a Google support document.
Google will be releasing the Spelling and Grammar Assistant for G Suite users in quick release domains over the next few weeks starting August 20. Likewise, those with planned issuance domains should start seeing it on September 12.
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