Natively integrate Grammarly (probably as a ClickApp that workspace admins can turn on) to provide a better editing experience for all users in the workspace regardless of whether they have the extension themselves or not.
Hey all, I am merging in an old group of requests related to Grammarly into this one for three reasons:
- Grammarly has improved their Chrome extension, so it does work within Docs and all our rich text areas now.
- Even though it works, Grammarly's extension can still cause some slowness on long documents.
- As part of the options to solve the performance problems due to Grammarly's extension and to add more value to all people, we're exploring a native integration.
The idea behind the integration is that we would offer Grammarly as a ClickApp that workspace owners can enable either at the workspace level or at the individual space level.
I've attached a very basic mockup of the potential ClickApp (example shows it enabled for the entire workspace). When enabled, the Grammarly SDK would supersede the Grammarly Chrome extension that anyone has installed. Each user will be able to connect to their own Grammarly account through a widget that will look exactly like what you're used to if you use Grammarly today. If the user does not connect, they will still be able to use Grammarly through a centralized account.
We would love to get feedback on this idea and just generally hear about everyone's experience with Grammarly over the last 1 1/2 to 2 years.
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Yes, please 🤞🤞
Please implement languagetool for multi idoms check.
Matheus Breguêz: Nice!
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I use Grammarly paid version many times a day. All of my team uses it too. A very close integration with it so it works the best it can is helpful.
Yes, I would like Grammarly.
Hi! Adding grammarly would be very helpful
For German users Grammarly is of less use than Languagetool - I would prefer the integration of that as well.
If you're going to add Grammarly, then you may as well consider ProWriting Aid as well. I find it better than Grammarly because it works in Obsidian and is also cheaper to subscribe to.
I think you can just do the spelling, translation and grammar using chatGPT - and forget grammarly - You had no spelling mistakes apparantly Justin :) but
Reg Beresford: This is pretty darn impressive!
Justin Hunter: Yes mate - for various writing functions it has been a real transformation, I am still using Grammarly as another means of secondary checking though, for the moment. Especially concerns about AI geneated or manipulated content and being detected or penalised for rank factor (If that be the case, end purpose of the written piece)
I asked ChatGPT for some feedback which i included portions of below as well as the image to the Notion system.
[ i see there was an investigation in Clickup going on into ChatGPT and this in effect may be causing a parallel development path in achieving the same end goal. ]
(CGPT) can be seamlessly integrated into the system - see the image below. This is what Notion have been running and the system is seamless, does a lot.
One of the key advantages of using Chat GPT as a spell checker and grammar checker is its ability to understand context. While Grammarly relies on rule-based algorithms and machine learning techniques to identify errors, Chat GPT uses deep learning to analyze entire sentences and paragraphs, taking into account the surrounding text and the writer's intended meaning. This allows it to catch errors that Grammarly might miss, such as homophones and context-dependent spelling mistakes.
There are other features in ChatGPT such as auto-completion and auto-correction. This is because Chat GPT is a general-purpose language model that can generate text, not just correct it. This means that it can analyze the text being written in real-time and suggest completions or corrections as the user types, making the writing process faster and more efficient.
Overall, while Grammarly is a useful tool for detecting spelling and grammar errors, its reliance on rule-based algorithms and its limited integration options make it less versatile than Chat GPT. As the trend towards all-in-one systems continues to grow, it would be beneficial for developers to consider Chat GPT as a more comprehensive and flexible solution for spell checking and grammar checking.