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Grammarly’s browser extension stopped working on a specific website

First, please make sure that the Grammarly browser extension is active. If you see a gray Grammarly icon in your browser's toolbar, click it and switch on Check text with browser extension.

Other browser extensions can interfere with Grammarly. Try deactivating other extensions that you are using in your browser, restart the browser, and see if the issue persists: 

If you're not using any additional extensions or turning them off didn't help, we recommend clearing the browser's cache next: 

If the issue is still not resolved, we encourage you to try Grammarly for Windows (if you use Windows 10 or newer) or Grammarly for Mac (if you use macOS 10.14 or newer), which integrates with a wide array of applications and websites. To install:

  1. Follow this link to download the app, double-click on the downloaded file, and follow the on-screen prompts to complete the installation.
  2. Open any app or website and start typing. You should see the floating Grammarly widget, and Grammarly will automatically begin checking your text.

To learn more about Grammarly for Windows and Mac, check out this article.

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