Microsoft has renamed its Office 366 to Microsoft 365 Suite. Along with this, the company has launched Grammarly’s challenging tool Microsoft Editor. With the help of this tool, a spelling check to a grammar check can be done while typing on a PC.
This tool comes with support for more than 20 languages. Actually, in the last quarter of last year, the news about this tool was revealed for the first time. Microsoft has given information about this tool through an official blog post.
According to a Microsoft blog post, this tool is equipped with Artificial Intelligence (AI) that prompts you to write with some of your confidence. It is supported with support of more than 20 languages. This not only corrects spelling mistakes in your sentence. Rather, it also gives additional additions to your e-mail, Facebook posts or LinkedIn updates, etc. You can use this tool both online and offline.
This tool helps you that tasks like spelling checkers were already available in Microsoft Word. The new Microsoft Editor is integrated into Microsoft Word both online and offline. Also, it can be accessed anywhere through Outlook. You have to install Microsoft Office extension on your PC. However, to use this new tool you must have a Microsoft account.
Microsoft Editor can be subscribed in two ways. If you want, you can use its free version or you can subscribe to its premium version.
Microsoft 365 for consumers is official! It comes with all the Office apps, plus a new Microsoft Editor, PowerPoint Coach, Money in Excel, Family Safety tools, and Teams for Consumers! All the details: https://t.co/vTC4QdraiX
— Zac Bowden (@zacbowden) March 30, 2020
In the free version, you will get all the tools basic features like spellings and basic grammar checks. Which you can use during Word, Outlook or web browsing. If you have a Microsoft 365 personal or family subscription, you will also be able to access features like advanced grammar and style refinements such as Clarity, Concussion, Formal Language, Walkable Convergence.