Grammarly plans to enhance its AI capabilities with the integration of a brand-new feature called GrammarlyGO. The writing assistance tool’s new feature is inspired by ChatGPT which is said to improve their content using AI. Users will now be able to complete tasks faster, and be more creative, therefore saving time.
The grammar-checking platform Grammarly via its blog post said, “Today, we announced to the world GrammarlyGO—Grammarly on-demand, contextually aware assistant powered by generative AI. With GrammarlyGO, we’ll be changing the way people and businesses communicate and get work done by accelerating productivity where writing happens.”
With GrammarlyGO which uses generative AI the company aims to support people and businesses with on-demand communication support, whether they are writing from scratch or editing an existing piece of writing. The feature is said to deliver individually geared contextually aware suggestions that take into consideration brand voice and preferences while providing customer control over their experience.
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According to the company GrammarlyGO features on-demand generative AI communication support directly in the writing apps. It will assist users throughout the writing process, whether it’s in an email thread or a lengthy document.
Individuals and businesses can use generative AI to rewrite for tone, clarity and length. They can type a prompt and GrammarlyGO will compose high-quality writing, saving time finding the perfect words. It also understands an email’s context and instantly drafts a thoughtful reply.
As per the company, GrammarlyGo will begin rolling out in beta in April to all Grammarly Premium, Grammarly Business, and Grammarly for Education (higher education) customers. It will also be available for users of Grammarly’s free plan in the US, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Poland, and Ukraine. Moreover, developers that are interested in using GrammarlyGO within the Grammarly Text Editor SDK can apply now for beta access starting in April.
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