People who’re using Grammarly only for fixing spelling mistakes and writing tone, here’s something new you can try – let Grammarly write any text for you!
The company today announced GrammarlyGO, a generative AI that can understand your need to craft an according text. Users can set or change their preferences anytime to create the content automatically, by GrammarlyGO. The new tool is coming to all premium members and free users in some countries, initially.
Grammarly’s Bet on Generative AI
Venturing into the world of generative AI, Grammarly announced a new AI tool that can write content for you. Named GrammarlyGO , this new addition will be available in all the tools where Grammarly is available, as it’s integrated in the native suite.
Calling it a responsible AI, the company says it’s built with high standards for enterprise data security and user privacy. All you need to do is just type a bit – of something you desire – and watch the tool creating a story out of it. Well, if you wanted to take the steering wheel, the new tool can suggest relevant prompts for jumpstarting or improving the writing too.
Here’s what the new GrammarlyGO can do, as noted by the company;
- 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 brainstorms, generated from prompts.
- Reply intelligently: Flow through emails quickly with GrammarlyGO, which understands an email’s context and instantly drafts a thoughtful reply.
Writing the context as you intend to, Grammarly says users can personalize their voice and their professional role to tune it further, accordingly.
This tool is coming to Grammarly Premium, Grammarly Business and Grammarly for education users initially, with free users in select countries – US, Canada, the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Poland and Ukraine – in April, with more areas to be added later.
Other Trending News:- News