After a huge demand, finally, Google has introduced new Spelling and Grammar Correction Capabilities for Gmail. But for now, the feature is only coming to Gmail users who pay for Google's G-Suite office programs, in addition to G-Suite education users.
The artificial intelligence powering the feature cannot only correct spellings as you type (hello, DYAC for desktop) but can even spot where you will have had use the wrong tense of a verbs. When you start composing the message, Gmail will make use of Google's AI capabilities to offer smarter spell-check suggestions and also detect potential grammar issues. At the moment, the feature is only available to English users, and users that aren't too keen on autocorrect can opt to disable the feature by heading to Settings General Grammar, Spelling, or Autocorrect.More news: Inside Trump's obsession with a naval blockade of Venezuela
Gmail will already highlight words you've accidentally misspelled with a red squiggly line.
If you're prone to typing things like "definately" or "neccessary", your life is about to get easier.More news: Florida officials suspect poison paralyzing panthers seen teetering through the brush
The update, presently rolling out for G Suite users on web, will use AI to point out errors in your email. "For some common spelling mistakes, we've also added as-you-type autocorrection for improved accuracy". You can press the tab key and the suggestion of the sentence will be written to your Gmail itself. Many are questioning if Google's automatic approach is in danger of homogenising the way that we write, taking away from the individual quirks that make us all the same. The rollout of these new gmail grammar tools is happening today and should be visible over the next week.More news: Quentin Tarantino and Daniela Pick expecting first child