GrammarlyGO uses generative AI to help rewrite any text for specific tone and clarity, matching not only your personal writing tone but also context and intent.
- What’s happening? Grammarly is jumping on the generative AI writing bandwagon with the new GrammarlyGO app that provides AI suggestions.
- Why care? AI proofreading could improve the quality of your writing, helping completing your thoughts based on what you’ve already typed and other signals.
- What to do? Read the announcement on the Grammarly blog.
GrammarlyGO brings generative AI writing to any text field
Grammarly’s service is available in most text-based apps and via any text field you can select on your computer. Imagine coupling Grammarly’s cloud-based proofreading with a generative AI backend—that’s what GrammarlyGO does for you.
The software can generate relevant suggestions based on what’s already typed. It helps complete your thoughts, can reply to emails and write shorter passages. And in doing so, GrammarlyGO considers your writing tone, context and intent to ensure that whatever it spits out matches your personal voice and brand style.
Introducing GrammarlyGO—a new generation in writing.
Speed up your workflow with instant drafts, ideas, replies, and revisions in your unique voice. 💡
Beta coming in April: https://t.co/0oXfBmWqMG pic.twitter.com/8E4JKohZMR
— Grammarly (@Grammarly) March 9, 2023
You can use GrammarlyGO to create drafts, spit out quick email replies, rewrite anything for specific tone, clarity or length, generate outlines or ideas, and more. These AI-powered features are available as one-click prompts in any text field.
GrammarlyGO: The key features
Grammarly has singled out the following key features in GrammarlyGO:
- Rewrite for tone, clarity and length: Transform writing to be clear and on target, whatever the context.
- Compose: Type a prompt and watch GrammarlyGO compose high-quality writing, saving time finding the perfect words.
- Ideate: Unblock writing with GrammarlyGO as an AI ideation partner and unlock creativity with GrammarlyGO’s outlines and prompt-generated brainstorms.
- Reply intelligently: Flow through emails quickly with GrammarlyGO, which understands an email’s context and instantly drafts a thoughtful reply.
Generative AI is nothing new, but Grammarly is uniquely positioned here because it’s been analyzing vast amounts of text from folks who are using its service.
This high-quality data is then used to train the algorithm to learn your writing style. To provide personalized suggestions, GrammarlyGO lets you set your preferred voice and a professional role. Read: How to use Grammarly on iPhone
The AI takeover continues
“Grammarly’s AI-enabled communication assistance has long helped people and teams communicate more effectively with suggestions that make their writing clearer, more concise and more compelling,” the company writes.
Grammarly’s current desktop, mobile and web apps make it easy to check your writing for spelling and grammar errors, detect plagiarism and more.
“With generative AI, we can move beyond the editing stage to support our users across the entire communication lifecycle, including conception and composition.” Of course, Generative AI is all the rage now thanks to a sea change brought on by OpenAI’s ChatGPT and the AI-ification of popular apps like Spotify and Slack.
4️⃣ Compose high-quality, custom drafts on any website or workspace. pic.twitter.com/Sfoc419yTq
— Grammarly (@Grammarly) March 9, 2023
ChatGPT, Google’s Bard, Microsoft’s AI-based Bing and other large language model programs are essentially powerful autocomplete systems capable of predicting the next word in a sentence based on what’s already typed and the system’s classification of terms that are alike and the similarity between them.
GrammarlyGO: Pricing and availability
The app will be free to current Grammarly subscribers. The company will also bring the new AI writing features to the Grammarly Premium, Business, Education and Developer plans, including free plans in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Poland and Ukraine.
GrammarlyGO will launch in beta in April.