The beta version of Grammarly’s tone detector is available in Grammarly’s browser extension for Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Edge.
Note: This feature is also available in Grammarly for Microsoft Office in Outlook (for Windows users). To learn more, visit this page.
- Double-check that you have Grammarly’s browser extension installed.
- Open any website where you can write text, such as Gmail.
- Be sure to write a few sentences—the tone detector needs at least 120 characters to activate.
- Click the emoji that appears in the bottom right corner of your screen to check your tone.
Tone detection, as well as Grammarly’s clarity-related writing suggestions, are available to all users on most sites. However, on certain business-related sites, Grammarly’s tone detector and clarity suggestions are available only to Premium users. Here are some examples of those sites:
For access to tone detection and clarity feedback on these sites, upgrade to Grammarly Premium.
If you have feedback about Grammarly's tone detector, please submit a support request.