Google‘s new update for Gmail that’ll point out basic spellings and grammar mistakes as you type. The update, presently rolling out for G Suite users on web, will use AI to point out errors in your email. If you’ve made a slight typo, Gmail will automatically correct the spelling for you. For grammar mistakes, Gmail will show a squiggly blue line under the erroneous phase. If this sounds familiar, it’s because Google Docs got these features back in February.
Enjoy using some of Gmail‘s nifty AI features, like Smart Reply and autocomplete; they’ve saved lot of time and helped achieve Inbox Zero.
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