Grammarly: Good for a quick grammatical review in lieu of human editor
May 21, 2021

Grammarly: Good for a quick grammatical review in lieu of human editor

Meg Ruggieri | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Myself and my fellow writing colleagues currently use Grammarly (free and paid) to edit our writing for our digital editorial magazine, The Current. It helps catch small errors as well as potential opportunities to rewrite poorly written sentences. It saves our editor time and also helps educate us as we work so that we make fewer errors in the future.
  • Catch small grammatical errors
  • Teach grammatical rules for better writing long-term
  • Quickly edit work before sending editor
  • Won't make edit if Google doc is in 'suggestion' mode
  • Sometimes incorrect catching grammatical edits
  • quick
  • easy to use
  • integrates with Google docs
  • 95% accurate
  • Made me a better writer long term
  • Saved time for my editor
  • Easy to teach other colleagues to use
I've used Hemmingway before which isn't quite as good because I don't think there is a Google docs integration and you have to copy and paste into their program. Otherwise, there really hasn't been a comparison to what Grammarly does outside of a human editor. Grammarly doesn't replace this person necessarily but it does make their job easier and faster in the long run.

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Really good for a quick grammatical review in lieu of a human editor. The Google doc functionality can be a bit finicky but it's getting better and the free version works great for simple edits. Recommend getting the paid version for more stylistic and complicated grammar edits (sentence structure, etc.)