How to use Grammarly in Google Docs

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Grammarly has a number of different features when using it in Google Docs. Let's take a look and what Grammarly can do.

When you're typing, Grammarly shows any suggestions it has with a red underline.

Red underlines

If you hover over the underline, it shows the suggested correction. You can accept or reject Grammarly's suggestion in each instance.

When you're in a Google Doc with Grammarly enabled, there is an icon in the lower-right corner.

The Grammarly icon

This icon tells you information at a glance. When the icon displays a spinning wheel, Grammarly is checking your work.

If the icon is green, Grammarly does not see any issues with your writing. When the icon turns red with a number inside it, that means Grammarly has identified some issues.

To see an in-depth list of suggestions, click the Grammarly icon, which opens the Grammarly Sidebar.

The Grammarly sidebar:

You can see the edits in the sidebar, and clicking a suggestion gives a more in-depth description of the edit.

Each goal has different options depending on if you're a free or premium subscriber.

To modify these goals, open the Grammarly Sidebar and click the target with an arrow in it at the top.

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