Microsoft new intelligent writing assistance tool — Microsoft Editor — is all set to compete against Grammarly.
Online AI-powered writing apps have made us a better writer across the web by making sure our writing is correct. And one of the popular names in the market is Grammarly.
Grammarly with its free and premium plans has been assisting us to improve every line we write by checking it against common spelling, punctuation, and grammar errors. And now a worthy contender is here to compete against Grammarly.
Microsoft Editor — an AI-powered writing assistant service from tech giant enables you to write with confidence in 20+ languages. This new writing assistant will give writers the option to use intelligent tools to craft more polished prose in documents, emails, and posts across the web.
Formerly known as Ideas in Word, the updated version — Microsoft Editor comes with a new feature that uses more sophisticated AI to offer suggestions for rewriting full sentences rather than offering spelling or grammar fixes one at a time.
Microsoft Editor will be available in documents – Word for the web and desktop, email – Outlook.com and Outlook for the web, and across the web – through new browser extension currently available for Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome which requires a Microsoft account. Also, basic spelling checks in the browser extension will be available in 89 languages.
While Editor will be available for everyone with the basics for free and for Microsoft 365 users there are some additional powerful features to improve fluency, conciseness, and readability.