Does Grammarly offer autocorrect?

Autocorrect is currently available in Grammarly for Chrome. Unfortunately, we don’t offer this feature in other browsers yet.

You can enable or disable autocorrect by clicking the green G icon in your browser’s toolbar and toggling the switch next to Correct spelling automatically

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Alternatively, you can click the G icon in the text field, select the gear icon, and toggle the switch next to Correct spelling automatically:

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Once Grammarly has corrected a certain word, you will see a gray dotted line under it. To see what changed, hover over the word in question:

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Note: If you use Grammarly on a mobile device, the autocorrect feature is also available in the Grammarly Keyboard for iOS and Android

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