We have recently noticed Microsoft Editor recommendations pop on certain Microsoft Community websites. The notification recommends Grammarly users to disable other editing extensions to avoid conflicts with Microsoft's own service.
In this guide, we'll explain the difference between Grammarly and Microsoft Editor, and help you find one that's right for you.
After much anticipation from users, Grammarly is now finally coming to Microsoft Word on Mac and also Word Online.
Microsoft could now be interested in competing with and creating their own take of the popular Grammarly extension, called Microsoft Editor.
Slack usage within the company to transmit and receive sensitive data puts could put projects and company divisions at risk.
This new consistency checker which will detect and notify users of multiple variants or styles used within the same document.
The popular grammar checker Grammarly is now available as an Edge extension on the Windows Store, which is a great addition for those of you who have been missing the tool since the browser launch.
Grammer checking tool Grammarly is planning to release an Edge extension to go along with the ones they offer for competing browsers.