Google Docs is reportedly introducing a new machine-learning based grammar checker that could possibly put grammar police out of commission everywhere.
The new feature can supposedly do a bunch of things like “practise” and “practice”), wrong use of articles (“a” instead of “an”) to more complicated things like incorrect use of tenses, clauses and more. (Why has it been taken by Google this long to come up with this feature? “)
The Verge states that the grammar-checking feature will have the ability to recognize errors and translate an imperfect sentence to a grammatically correct one as you type .Woohoo! However, Google has yet to reveal whether the grammar check works for articles in English and / or other languages at launch.
The Docs for consumer accounts, but the article says that it's already available for the other Google Docs users.
On top of the grammar-checking feature, it is also reported that Google will begin enabling its Smart Compose feature in its Gmail for business customers. sentences based on the context of an e-mail. It will be rolled out to the G users in the coming weeks, the article adds.