One of the most cherished features of mobile phone, tablet, and key text formatting virtual keyboards, automatic grammar checking is enhanced for Gmail users.
With the intention of speeding up typing and composing of electronic messages, the new correction tool arrives to facilitate writing and sentence chain formations by correcting words that have been misspelled and suggesting terms that may better fit the character of the word. user.
Based on an artificial intelligence of continuous learning, the feature has quick fills, with the possibility of personalization, ie, whether the sender wants to leave it activated or not. Already part of the new system, it will also help, to some extent, a more confident and secure typing, supported by the Google system, which will provide the necessary conditions for a margin of error nullity.
See below how functionality is applied in practice:
It is also worth noting that the text itself will make explicit, during typing and without the need for verification, the possible spelling errors, being represented by a red stroke when spelling and blue when grammar.
For now, the service is released only by English-language G Suite desktop users. However, it should arrive by default in the coming weeks for everyone.