How Grammarly engages with users while respecting user privacy
Grammarly is no longer the new kid on the blog. It makes its users writing better than it actually is. It is easy to install and checks for grammar horrors on every word that touches a web-editing interface — like emails, documents, essays, message texts, and scripts.
Screenshot of the tone goals dialog in Grammarly
One of the most interesting features that Grammarly has is the tone of writing. A user can easily set the tone and audience of their writing to make better suggestions. We’ll discuss how a tone gets detected at the end of this article.
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