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Manage domain controls

Who has access:
Grammarly Enterprise admins

Grammarly is committed to strong data privacy principles for all users. You can specify additional restrictions for your team on what content or data Grammarly can access.

The domain controls feature allows Enterprise admins to control what internet domains Grammarly operates in. If a domain is added to the blocklist, your team members will not be able to use Grammarly on the corresponding websites.

Domain controls are available for:

  • Grammarly browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox, and Edge 
  • Grammarly for Windows
  • Grammarly for Mac

To configure domain controls, follow these steps:

  1. Go to your Home page, open the Organization tab → Enterprise SecurityDomains and apps.
  2. To add a domain or website to the blocklist, click Add to block list at the top of the page.
  3. In the window that appears next, choose the Domain option and specify the domain you’d like Grammarly to be blocked from accessing in the Domain field. Do not include prefixes like http:// or www.
  4. If you wish to block all subdomains within a domain, check the box next to the Include subdomains option. If this option is not selected, Grammarly will be blocked only on the main specified domain.
  5. Specify on which level this control is applied:
    • If you want to block the domain for every member in your organization, select Entire organization. 
    • If you want to block the domain only for specific member groups, select Specific groups and choose which groups this setting should be applied to. Optionally, you can select Make this an admin controlled group if you also want to limit the ability to delete a specified group or remove members from that group only to admins. You can learn more in this article: How to organize members into groups
  6. Click Save.

Once you save these settings, Grammarly will not operate in the domains you specify.

You can always remove domains from the blocklist on the Domains and apps page by clicking on the trash bin icon next to the domain you’d like to remove from the list.

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