Managing your settings in the Grammarly Keyboard for Android

Grammarly for Android offers several ways to customize your writing experience. 

To personalize your keyboard, open the Grammarly companion app and tap Keyboard Customization. Here you can: 

  • Add additional input languages 
  • Change the keyboard layout
  • Choose the keyboard theme
  • Enable key borders and number row
  • Choose to show extra symbols on keys
  • Change keyboard height
  • Choose the button next to the space bar
  • Enable vibrate, sound, or popup on keypress

You can also change the keyboard settings by opening the companion app and tapping Grammarly Settings. Here you can adjust the following settings: 

  • Auto-correction
  • Auto-capitalization
  • Swipe to type
  • Predictive text
  • Suggest emojis
  • Synonyms
  • Show synonyms after delay
  • Double-space period
  • Suggest contact names

To activate or deactivate any of these options, toggle the switch next to them. 

Language Preference and Personal Dictionary

To manage your language preference in the Grammarly Keyboard for Android, please open the Grammarly companion app and tap Grammarly Settings. Then, scroll down, tap Language Preference, and choose the needed option.

To learn more about setting your language preference, check this article

To access your personal dictionary, please tap the Manage Personal Dictionary button. 

To add new words, click the Plus icon (+) in the lower right corner of your screen. In the pop-up window, type in the word and select Add

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To remove a word from your personal dictionary, locate the word you’d like to delete and swipe to the left. 

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