Guide to the admin panel

The admin panel is where you can manage your subscription, add or remove team members, and monitor your team’s writing activity. 

To access the admin panel, you need to log in to your Grammarly Business account at https://www.grammarly.com/signin and click Admin panel on the left-side panel of the page:

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Note: If you paid by invoice, then some of the functionality described below may not be available. To make changes to a subscription purchased through Grammarly’s Sales team, please contact your account manager or email sales@grammarly.com.

Pages available in the admin panel:

  1. Subscription
  2. Administration
  3. Analytics
  4. Members
  5. Style Guide

Subscription management

The first thing you’ll see is the Subscription page. Here you can:

  1. Change the number of seats and the subscription settings
  2. Change your team name
  3. Transfer admin permissions to a member of your team 
  4. Change the payment method on file
  5. Download your billing receipts 
  6. Add additional information to your billing receipts
  7. Cancel your subscription

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Administration

The Product Settings tab allows you to manage automatic checking in Microsoft Word and Outlook. When this setting is turned on, Grammarly will automatically check text in documents and emails:

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When this feature is turned off, your team members will need to manually enable Grammarly in each document or email they wish to check. 

If you navigate to the Authentication tab, you will have the option to enable SAML single sign-on for your Grammarly Business team. For more information about this feature, please check this article.

Writing statistics

To explore your team’s writing activity, please see the Analytics page.

The first graph shows who uses Grammarly to help you optimize the usage of your seats:

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The next figure will help you understand how Grammarly improves your team’s written communication:Analytics_2.png

In the chart below you can see detailed throughput metrics, including the number of sessions, time spent, total words, and an estimate on time saved:

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The next graph will allow you to understand how your users interact with Grammarly suggestions:Analytics_4.png

The last chart shows the top three tones detected in your team’s communication to ensure that messaging is on-brand:Analytics_5.png

User management

If you’d like to manage your team, you are welcome to visit the Members page. It allows you to see the current status of your team as well as:

  1. Invite new users
  2. Remove existing team members

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Note: After you remove a person from the team, their seat will remain vacant until you invite someone else in their place. If you no longer need the extra seat, you can update your subscription as described here.

Style guide

On the Style Guide page you can create custom rules for your team to ensure that your writing carries the company's unique branding and style. For more information about this feature, please see our detailed guide.

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