Google introduces improved as-you-type spelling and grammar correction in Gmail

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Google yesterday announced new spelling and grammar correction capabilities in Gmail. When you start composing the message, Gmail will make use of Google’s AI capabilities to offer smarter spell-check suggestions and also detect potential grammar issues.

When a grammar mistake is made, a squiggly blue line will appear under the phrase as you write it. Office users will be familiar with this experience. You can later accept the suggestion provided by clicking the word. If you make some common spelling mistake while typing, Gmail will correct it automatically. For now, autocorrect feature is currently only available in English.

This feature will be enabled by default for all users.

Source: Google

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