Grammarly introduces an updated editor in their web app

Grammarly introduces an updated editor in their web app

Grammarly, a popular grammar checking tool, has updated their web app with an updated editor. You can now use standard formatting options such as bold, headings, and bulleted lists. Pasting or uploading an existing document supposedly keeps the formatting from that document as well.

The web app feels like it could be an excellent option for blog posts and other simple writing projects.

The update also provides new options when starting a document that will change how Grammarly reacts to your writing.

 
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