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How do I work with multiple style guides?

Who has access?
- Grammarly Business account owners
- Grammarly Business contributors
- Grammarly Business users (view only)

Topics covered in this article:

What happens to our original style guide after creating additional style guides?

All the existing terms will be moved to a style guide named <Company Name> Style Guide. All existing members will be assigned to this style guide at first. Also, this style guide will be treated as the default one: New team members who join your subscription will be automatically assigned to this style guide.

How do I create a new style guide?

If you haven't created additional style guides yet, follow these steps:

  1. Go to the Terms page, click on the three dots in the upper-right corner of the page, and select Create Style Guide.
  2. In the window that appears, insert the style guide name, assign it to a group of users, and click Save.

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Once you have created several style guides, you can create more by following these steps:

  1. Go to the Terms page and click the Create Style Guide button in the upper-right corner.
  2. In the window that appears, insert the style guide name, assign it to a group of users, and click Save.

Note: You can create up to 50 style guides within a single Grammarly Business account.

How do I assign users to a style guide?

  1. Go to the Terms page, click on the three dots in the right-side corner next to the corresponding style guide, and select Settings.
  2. Under the Sharing section, select the group of users you wish to assign to the style guide and click Save.

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Note: A single user group can have only one style guide assigned to it. If you assign a different style guide to a group that already has one assigned to it, they will no longer see suggestions from the original style guide. A single style guide, on the other hand, can be assigned to multiple user groups.

Can I limit style guide rules to certain domains?

Yes! As shown in the example above, you can limit the visibility of rules for any style guide by adding specific domains in the Visibility section of the Settings menu.

How do I manage the rules of an existing style guide?

Go to the Terms page and click on the corresponding style guide. The page that opens next will allow you to create new rules, edit existing ones, and upload rules in bulk. For more information, see this article.

Note: You can create up to 2,000 rules per style guide.

How can I set a default style guide?

Go to the Terms page, click on the three dots in the right-side corner next to the corresponding style guide, and select Set As Default. If another style guide was previously set as a default, it will be replaced with the new one. New team members who join your subscription will be automatically assigned to this style guide.

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How do I activate or deactivate a style guide?

Go to the Terms page, click on the three dots in the right-side corner next to the corresponding style guide, and select Deactivate or Activate. The changes will take effect immediately. A tag will appear next to the style guide title if it’s inactive.

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How can I duplicate a style guide?

Go to the Terms page, click on the three dots in the right-side corner next to the corresponding style guide, and select Duplicate.

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How do I delete a style guide?

Go to the Terms page, click on the three dots in the right-side corner next to the corresponding style guide, and click Delete.

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What access do team members with the user role have?

Members with the user role will have the ability to view the rules of their assigned style guide, but they won’t be able to make changes. They also won’t see any statistics associated with the style guide rules.

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