Grammarly is Coming to Google Docs

Posted on September 12, 2018 by Paul Thurrott in Cloud with 5 Comments

Grammarly announced today that it is beta-testing support for Google Docs in its Chrome extension.

“There’s one feature request we’ve heard loud and clear — users love the Grammarly browser extension, they love Google Docs, and it would be awesome if the two worked together,” a new post to the Grammarly blog explains. “It’s one of our most commonly requested features.”

According to the company, it was beta-testing this functionality privately with its Premium customers, but they’re now making it available publicly. You may not get it immediately, however, as it’s rolling out gradually over the next month. And is currently available only via Google Chrome.

This kind of support is very interesting, of course. I use and recommend Grammarly but don’t use Google Docs per se. But I took a quick look to see if I have this support. Not yet.

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5 responses to “Grammarly is Coming to Google Docs”

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    Rycott

    Word Online support for Grammarly I hope is next in the pipeline.

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    FalseAgent

    *generic smoothing syth*


    IF YOU WRITE ANYTHING, YOU NEED GRAMMARLY


    I WRITE ALL DAY, EVERYDAY

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    HachingMonkey

    I like Grammarly, but not enough to play $30/month.

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    locust infested orchard inc

    If there's anyone whose aptitude in writing leaves a lot to be desired, then the little f.er, karma77police (a belligerent commenter on Thurrott.com in the use profanity) is in desperate need for Grammarly.

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    Nic

    Great way to utilize the CPU and memory on your machine is their Chrome extension is anything to go by.

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