About Grammarly
Grammarly is a popular writing assistant that helps users improve their writing skills. It is an AI-powered tool that offers grammar, spelling, punctuation, and style suggestions. With Grammarly, users can write confidently, knowing their content is error-free and easy to read. Whether you're a student, professional, or casual writer, Grammarly can help you communicate your ideas more effectively.
New Features
  • Grammarly Go: This new feature allows users to generate entire writing drafts, rewrite text based on conciseness and tone, and convert bullet points into paragraphs. This is made possible by Grammarly's integration with OpenAI's GPT-3 large language model. (It is still in Beta Version)

  • Brand tones: This feature allows businesses to create custom tone profiles that specify which tones team members should use and which they should avoid. This can help ensure that all company communication is consistent and on-brand.
  • Snippets: This feature allows users to save commonly used phrases and paragraphs to be inserted into documents with a single click. This can save time and improve the overall quality of writing.
How to access
Global Library has a limited user license for Grammarly.
Users can access Grammarly on public computer systems in the Global Library and the Global Language Center.
Global Library: T2 – 2nd Floor

Global Languages Lab: T4 – Room: M85 
Grammarly offers a plagiarism check option, however, it is inadequate. For similarity checking, we recommend Turnitin.
Menu Option
Once you open Grammarly, you can see the 'Menu' option on the left side of the screen.
From the Menu option, you can upload, download, print, and create new documents.

Suggestion List
When Grammarly discovers a writing error in your text, it will emphasise it in red, blue, green, or purple. Click on any underline to view the suggestion card connected with it to move through all of the suggestions in your manuscript. Alternatively, if you prefer to browse the list of options, click on the suggestion card to find the underlined term in the text.