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June 10, 2021, 8:41 pm
For standard business writing, Google Docs’ grammar suggestions have improved a lot since the feature debuted in 2019. Here’s how much better it has become.
Since it has been more than two years since the initial launch, I decided to take another look to see how the Google Docs spelling and grammar check system has changed.
Additionally, if I add some sort of terminal punctuation to the sentence fragment (e.g., a period or exclamation mark), the system then immediately identifies that word “gooder” as an error (Figure B, right). The behavior may make sense, since a writer might use a phrase or sentence fragment as a title. This remains the sort of subtle error that a human editor could catch.
Based on this improvement alone, I recommend that people who use third-party grammar check apps test how well those systems perform. Run a few grammar and spelling checks on rough drafts of texts you typically type, then compare the issues identified to those found by Google’s built-in tools. If your experience is anything like mine, you might decide you no longer need to pay for third-party grammar checking services.
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