What are the limitations when using Grammarly?

Device limitation

Your membership allows access to Grammarly on up to five different devices. To access the service on a new device, please see this page.

Document limitation

In any 30-day period, you can check up to 300 documents or 150,000 words. In any 24-hour period, you can check up to 100 documents or 50,000 words. This is true for both free and Premium accounts. (If you are an enterprise subscriber, this restriction applies to each of your authorized users.)

Page limitation

You can check up to 100,000 characters (including spaces) at a time when you use the Grammarly Editor at www.grammarly.com. If you are using Grammarly for Microsoft Word on Mac, then you'll be able to check a document of up to 150,000 characters (including spaces). There is no page limitation if you use Grammarly for Microsoft Word and Outlook.

Upload limitation

You can upload a document of up to 100,000 characters (including spaces) to the Grammarly Editor. Your document's file size shouldn't exceed 4 MB. Supported document types are Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx), OpenOffice (.odt), .txt, and .rtf.

Note: At this time, PDF, Latex, and Markdown file formats are not supported.

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