Grammarly has already become one of the most popular grammar tools out there for monitoring your typing and guiding you into the right direction when you make mistakes. The tool offers so many benefits to help shape your digital voice on and offline and extends further with paid features as well. Now, it will be going even further with GrammarlyGo, a generative AI feature that can type for you.
The new GrammarlyGo feature will function as a personal assistant similar to ChatGPT, providing advice, answering questions, and even typing for you. You’ll be able to ask it for examples of something you are trying to type out, advice for the kind of message you are trying to deliver, and control its voice/style when it types for you. It can even respond to emails with suggested replies, analyzing the original message for the best response.
It will be great for building professional communication with your co-workers and team. For everything from general emails to chat announcements that blast out to everyone. GrammarlyGo may have you covered for these daily needs.
At least, until you have to sit face-to-face in a meeting and your real voice begins to pour out. So you might want to actually learn from it and not just blindly use it as you move on to other things.
GrammarlyGo is set to release next month (April). It will be in beta at first and available to what sounds like to be all Grammarly users, including those with free accounts (free, premium, education, business, etc). The company hasn’t mentioned if it will continue to be available to those with free accounts after it graduates from its beta testing. If it does live on after that, it sounds like Grammarly is looking to root itself as the king of grammar tools.