Fri. Jun 9th, 2023

Make your writing even better with Grammarly
Google Docs is the word processor used by many for writing everything from articles to emails. Writing is hard, so many lean on Docs' built-in spell checker to improve their writing. The native spell checker works well, but third-party services may offer better suggestions. Grammarly is one of the best Google Chrome extensions and offers a more enhanced check of your spelling and grammar. And if you've recently swapped out your laptop for a top-of-the-line Chromebook, you're probably missing Microsoft Word's Editor and other advanced features. Don't worry, Grammarly is a soilid addition to Google Docs that rivals Microsoft Editor.
To start using Grammarly, you first have to install it.
After a moment, Grammarly is installed in your Chrome browser. You can install Grammarly in other popular browsers such as Safari, Edge, and Firefox, but your best experience will be using Chrome.
Since Grammarly is now installed, let's make sure it's enabled and ready for use in Google Docs.
Now that Grammarly is installed and enabled, let's use it in a Google Doc. Grammarly has a number of different features when using it in Google Docs. Let's take a look and what Grammarly can do.
Using Grammarly in Google Docs is a simple way to improve your writing. Just install it, enable it, and you're good to go. Yes, Google's word processor is a powerful tool, and you can make it even more useful with some of our favorite Google Docs tips and tricks.
Zach has been a fan of Android for a long time, and he became a freelance writer at Android Police in early 2022. He specializes in Chromebooks, Pixel phones, Google products, and Android apps. You’ll find him writing how-to guides on various topics, but you will sometimes see him dabble in other areas. Zach loves unique and fun hardware as well as software tricks. He holds a Bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering and a Master’s in Energy Engineering, giving him unique insight into new renewable energy and battery technologies. Zach’s first Android phone was a Motorola Droid Turbo 2 he got in 2016 after switching from an iPhone 5S. Even though the rest of his family has switched to iPhones, he could never do it. His current daily driver is a Pixel 7, and he writes all his articles on an HP Chromebook x2 12. When he’s not writing, Zach works as an energy consultant. In his free time, he loves hiking and spending time with his family. He is one of the few people who used Google Stadia, which he will miss dearly. He also is a fan of Magic the Gathering.


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