If you use the Grammarly extension for Chrome in Gmail, you may have seen a small emoji next to the Grammarly logo in your emails. This is the Grammarly tone detector, a feature that our team is currently testing in the Grammarly extension for Chrome. This feature can help you:
- Detect the emotions you are potentially trying to convey to your reader in your email. This is called emotional tone, and you can learn more about it here.
- Detect how formal or informal your email may seem to your reader. This is called formality, and you can learn more about it here.
- Detect other types of tones in your email.
- Give Grammarly feedback on whether the tones detected match your expectations.
If you have feedback about the Grammarly tone detector, please submit a support request.