Good for already strong writers
March 26, 2020

Good for already strong writers

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Grammarly

Individuals use Grammarly on their own accord across the entire organization. It's not used by the majority of team members, but a lot of us use it and recommend it to each other. There's a significant amount of written communication that happens internally and externally, and using Grammarly assists this communication. Grammarly is our first line of defense for spelling and grammar mistakes.
  • Learns commonly used phrases
  • Flags grammar errors
  • Picks up writing tone in larger messages
  • Tracks your writing habits
  • Browser extension logs out frequently / requires frequent sign-in
  • All or nothing editing--if you're writing something that's casual and doesn't need perfect grammar, you'll still see the red lines marking it as wrong.
  • Starts flagging grammatical errors before full sentences are written
  • Confidence in written communication
  • Faster deployment of written documentation
  • Stronger and more positive tone in written communication
I have not found a need to reach out to the customer support team. The tool itself has never crashed or caused additional problems. I believe not needing to reach out to customer support is a positive indicator that their application works well!

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If you're already a strong writer and just want a backup check for small things here and there, Grammarly is a great tool. Having a solid understanding of sentence structure and spelling helps me understand why words or sentences get flagged and makes it easy to correct. If you need more robust support, it may not be enough, since you'd be missing context and not all of its suggestions make sense to accept.