July 22, 2021
Gmail spelling and grammar auto-correct

Soon, Gmail will Automatically Fix Spelling and Grammar Errors

Google is bringing AI to help auto-correct spelling errors and grammar mistakes in Gmail, beginning with G Suite users…

Composing error-free email in Gmail is getting easier. Google has announced it’s about to apply artificial intelligence to Gmail for G Suite members.

Gmail Spelling and Grammar Auto-Correct Debuts in G Suite

The update is already rolling out to G Suite customers. It uses AI to detect writing mistakes. So, if there’s a minor typo, Gmail will automatically correct the spelling.

Additionally, Gmail will display a squiggly blue line to alert users to grammatical errors. This might look and sound familiar because it is — Google brought the same tech to Google Docs back in February.

It’s two great additions to other helpful features, like Smart Reply and Smart Compose.

Google writes on the G Suite Updates blog, the following:

“We’re introducing new spelling and grammar correction capabilities for Gmail to help you compose emails quickly with confidence.

As you type your message, Gmail will use artificial intelligence to make smarter spell-check suggestions while also detecting potential grammar issues. For some common spelling mistakes, we’ve also added as-you-type autocorrection for improved accuracy.”

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