Technology company Google has added a new grammar check feature for users on its Google Search platform. Although the company has this feature (Google Search Grammar check feature) is currently for the English language. In the coming time, it may come for more languages. The company says its grammar checker will check whether a phrase or sentence is grammatically correct and how to fix it, reports 9To5Google.
How to use
According to the report, to use this feature (Google Search Grammar check), the user just needs to search a sentence with Grammar Check, Check Grammar or Grammar Checker. or phrase must be entered. If there is no problem with the sentence, a green checkmark will be shown in the Grammar Check section or card that shows as the first result. If not, Google will modify the sentence and highlight the change. Spelling errors will also be corrected using this tool.
Not 100 percent accurate yet
According to IANS news, when the user edits A copy button will appear if you hover near the version. Google warned that the Google Search Grammar check, however, may not yet be 100 percent accurate, especially with partial sentences. If users find any problem then they can also give feedback. Grammar will not be checked if the content violates Google Search’s overall policies or these policies for search features.
A support page went live
According to the news, a support page for this feature (Google Search Grammar check) first went live at the end of last month. Last week, Google announced new features in Search to help users take control of their personal information, privacy and online security, including a feature that lets users see their personal contact information online. Alerts on.
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