Google has been on a spree this year for launching new services or adding new features to existing services. If we start with a list of all small and big thing that Google has provided to the world this year, there might be needed a lot more words and even pages.
To keep it short, we are sharing some basic highlights of a list of service Google has introduced this year. The list has new automated replying feature via Gmail, the ability to snooze the emails, YouTube streaming services, ability to YouTube Users to mark duplicity of content, and a lot more.
Here we are going to discuss Google Docs which is upgraded with an AI which will help a user to find out their grammatical errors.
Now the individuals are not required to depend on tools like Grammarly if there are any sort of grammatical mistakes in their Google Docs. As a portion of adding more updates which are generally targeted at G Suite users, Google has added a grammar suggestion to Docs users as a part of its Early Adopter Program.
The added feature utilized machine translation to look for everything that has grammatical goods to bigger issues with sentence structure, along with subordinate clauses. The AI functionality of the checker is design to adapt over a period and help in catching more serious grammatically issues.
There is even more than this. As Google promised, that it is going to make Smart Reply accessible to Hangout Conversation in G Suite in upcoming weeks. You do not need to type anymore the same and more appropriate response for questions like “How are you?”
Additionally, the Smart Compose feature of Gmail is no longer available just to home users. All said and done, the search engine giant is working on taking out as much as a labor of writing the same thing, even if in some cases the suggestion can feel more objective.