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(5 = significantly accelerates design or development)
(5 = easy to learn and intuitive to use)
(1 = knowledge ... 5= behavior change)
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Well done, I'm loving that this is still getting better and better.
We've had some really talented employees here, but let's be real, some struggle with the basics of spelling. I mean, the titles they write look like they've been crafted by one of our genius programmers. And even those who claim they've got it all figured out, saying, "I graduated middle school, yeah yeah, ha ha," find value in fixing up their grammar blunders now and then.
I'm deliberately using some of the things I know Grammarly would want to correct and seeing if it catches them.
works pretty well
sometimes, it isn’t clear about context, so the recommendations are invalid...
I love the writing style suggestions and the ease of integration with MS Office products that we use every day.
It's helped our entire team improve professional writing - documents, from email to proposals
What blows my mind is the "Knowledge Share" feature. It's like a little pop-up with all the inside info I've prepared, making sure our writers have the right context when they need it. It's a game-changer for quality control and speeding up the content process. Grammarly makes readability a breeze, and that's super important for us. Their content score even gives us Flesch readability grading, which means we can skip using other tools to check readability. And the reports on in-house content trends? They're a goldmine! Knowing our top mistakes and the tone detected helps us fine-tune our content.
1) It's making it super easy for me to maintain our writing style across the organization
2) What's cool is that every style rule I set is instantly accessible to hundreds of team members, no matter the time zone.
AI tone feature is a game-changer! It significantly aids in email and social media copy, but the circular indication could be more flexible in positioning
Reviewing emails, writing marketing content
Grammarly helps express formal responses while recognizing contextual email threads, though it can occasionally be overly formal for simpler messages