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Introducing GrammarlyGO

Note: A beta version of GrammarlyGO is being rolled out to Grammarly Premium, Grammarly Business, and Grammarly for Education customers, as well as Grammarly Free users in select markets.

At Grammarly, we constantly leverage new technologies to build products that help our customers communicate effectively.

GrammarlyGO is an on-demand generative AI tool that provides the ability to quickly compose, rewrite, ideate, and reply. It's contextually aware and accounts for personal voice, offering relevant and personalized suggestions that respect user agency and authenticity.

This article covers:

What can GrammarlyGO do?

With GrammarlyGO you can:

Compose—Write a prompt with a few words and receive a draft in seconds. GrammarlyGO will instantly compose writing based on that prompt.

Rewrite—Instantly generate new versions of your writing customized for tone, clarity, or length.

Personalize your voice—Set up tailored style controls so your generated text is in your preferred voice.

Reply—GrammarlyGO will use context from an email you receive to offer instant options for generating a reply, integrating additional context like the sender’s name and intent into the generated reply.

Ideate—Input a prompt for GrammarlyGO to generate an outline or draft ideas. GrammarlyGO also suggests prompts a user can select to improve writing.

Where to find GrammarlyGO

GrammarlyGO is integrated directly into Grammarly’s existing product offerings and is available for use in many popular desktop applications and websites. You can use GrammarlyGO in the following product offerings: 

GrammarlyGO is available right where you work. Generate text directly in apps and sites like Gmail, Google Docs, Microsoft Word, LinkedIn, Medium, and more.

How to use GrammarlyGO

To start using GrammarlyGO, click the green lightbulb near the Grammarly icon and type a prompt. You can also choose from suggested prompts GrammarlyGO offers based on your unique context.

If you’re wondering what kinds of prompts you can use, try these:

  • Write a thoughtful birthday message for a colleague
  • Give me ideas for decorating my taco truck
  • Draft a blog post introducing my new yoga studio
  • Write a social media post announcing my new job as a food critic. Add hashtags
  • Write an email welcoming a new coworker to the team

Note: Each Grammarly user has a set number of prompts they can use a month. Each time you type something into GrammarlyGO or select one of the suggested prompts generated by Grammarly, this counts towards your usage limit. 

You can also rewrite text by highlighting the relevant part and clicking the lightbulb icon or a pencil icon that appears. Here are some examples of prompts you can use:

  • Shorten it
  • Improve it
  • Make it sound more professional
  • Make it sound more engaging
  • Continue it

To transfer the generated text to your text field, click Insert: 

You can personalize your voice to bring more authenticity to what you generate. Select your preferences for formality, tone, and more, then click Use this voice to set your voice: 


You can access this voice menu at any time by clicking on your current voice preference: 


Managing your account settings 

Your Grammarly settings can be found on your Account Settings page.

If you no longer wish to use GrammarlyGO, open your account settings, go to the Features tab on the Customize page, and switch GrammarlyGO off. 

Note: If your Grammarly account is associated with a Grammarly Business or Grammarly for Education license, this option is controlled at the organizational level.

Find out more on our blog: Ushering in a New Era of Communication Assistance With GrammarlyGO

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