At the moment, it is necessary to manually enable the built-in spell check features of Gmail and bring users into an editing mode. Google is now rolling out spelling detection in real time that can create automatic corrections and suggestions for grammar.
On the web, in the bottom-right corner of the compose window, the present “Check spelling” function must be allowed from the “More options” menu. With a click offering recommendations, all mistakes are highlighted in red. You need to manually “check” the email after you make any changes.
Suggestions for spell checking job in real time. Errors are highlighted with a red squiggly emphasis as you type, with some prevalent spelling errors being auto-corrected by Gmail. These modifications are underlined in gray momentarily to alert you to the distinction.
In the meantime, recommendations for grammar are labeled in blue. When making a correction, the pop-up that appears has been tweaked to “mark as correct” or provide input on the function with more rounded edges and Material Theme icons. A easy tap applies the adjustments rapidly.
This grammar detection uses a comparable artificial intelligence-backed feature that first appeared previously this year at Google Docs.
This new spell check for Gmail starts to roll out today and will be accessible in the coming weeks for all G Suite editions. Autocorrect is presently accessible only in English, but in the future it will probably be available in other languages. It is on by default, but in preferences (Settings > General > Grammar, Spelling or Autocorrect) users have the choice to disable it.