Google adds new spelling and grammar correction capabilities to Gmail app

Google adds new spelling and grammar correction capabilities to Gmail app
Google has just announced a couple of nifty features will soon be rolled out to Gmail on all platforms. Although the app does feature predictive text, users are still prone to typos or grammar mistakes.

To correct that issue, Google announced it will introduce new spelling and grammar correction capabilities for Gmail, which are meant to help users with G Suite accounts compose emails faster.

The new capabilities will trigger ones you start typing a message and will use artificial intelligence to make smarter spell-check suggestions while detecting potential grammar issues at the same time. Moreover, Google mentions that it has added as-you-type autocorrection for improved accuracy, but only for some common spelling mistakes.

Google says these new features will be rolled out gradually to all G Suite accounts starting today, but the full deployment will last until mid-September. Unfortunately, the new features are not yet available for regular users, although we can safely assume they will be made available to all Gmail users at some point, just like it happened with the Smart Compose function.


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