Currently, Gmail autocorrects “common spelling mistakes”. With autocorrect, you don’t need to go back and correct the word or take any extra steps. Grammatical suggestions were given with the earlier version. Now with an enhanced software, users will have a more detailed suggestion as they type their emails.
The update means you longer have to manually check for spellings. The machine learning enhanced Gmail will analyze your email for spellings and grammar, says Google. Instead, red lines appear under misspellings and blue lines will be under what Gmail perceives to be grammatical errors.
” You’ll now see inline spelling and contextual grammar suggestions in your draft emails as you type. If you’ve made a grammar mistake, a squiggly blue line will appear under the phrase as you write it. You can choose to accept the suggestion by clicking it. When an auto-correction takes place, we’ll temporarily underline the corrected change so you can easily identify and undo the correction if you’d like,” Google said in a release.