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How to use drafts in Grammarly for Android

Acting as a digital notepad, drafts are designed to empower users to effortlessly compose, edit, and revise text within the app. It's an ideal tool for capturing thoughts, brainstorming ideas, or even drafting messages on the go.

Here's how to make the most of the drafts feature on your Android device:

Create or edit your drafts

To start a new draft, tap + Add new to create a blank slate for your thoughts and ideas.
If you’d like to edit an existing draft, simply tap on it to bring up the text. Here you can make changes as you like.


Once you've written or edited your text, you can apply suggestions from Grammarly to enhance your writing.

When you're done, just exit the draft; your updates will be saved automatically, so you can pick up where you left off later.

Manage your drafts

If you wish to remove a draft, tap Delete at the top of the screen.
You can also tap Copy to save the draft's contents to your clipboard, allowing for easy pasting elsewhere.
These two options are contained in your draft’s toolbar, which provides quick shortcuts designed to speed up your workflow:


If you want to see all your drafts at once, tap View all, which will display a list of your drafts, allowing you to easily navigate and manage them.


Note: Please be aware that drafts are only stored locally on your device. They are not linked to your Grammarly account and will be lost if the app is uninstalled or the app data is cleared. If you want to use any of your drafts elsewhere or want to make sure they're preserved, copy and paste them into another app.

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