- by Firefox user 13966887, 2 years agoRated 1 out of 5Well i was using it mostly on Facebook and after i had to go and get a antivirus program and install it, on my computer. I noticed that when I was on Facebook it would not work any more there, so I uninstalled Grammarly and reinstalled it and it still wont work on Facebook, so i don`t know what to do .
- by Firefox user 15744724, 2 years agoRated 1 out of 5I tried multiple times but the extension just doesn't see that I am already signed in, which means that it works only with a limited functionallity (useless). The problem persists both on Windows 10 and Ubuntu 18.04. Please fix this.
- by Xare, 2 years agoRated 1 out of 5How can this add-on be recommended? Privacy should be the most important thing here, as we type very private stuff inside the browser everyday, but:
"We may also use this data...automatically collect..log data and usage information...We may share...with our third-party...as otherwise legally permitted..."
"We only sell it without your name/ only meta-data"? - Yeah, but after three sentences any cheap AI can find the one in 7 Billion, who writes like that.
- by Firefox user 13490603, 2 years agoRated 1 out of 5A Major Nuisance App!! It has suddenly started constantly opening up windows EVERYTIME I start using Firefox bugging me that I am not logged in (even though I HAVE BEEN!), pushing me to install Grammarly for Windows, and their damn Icon BLOCKS your typing area in ANY comments, input area or such on every website! This app is more trouble than it is worth! I've switched to LanguageTooler GmbH No membership or login required!!
- by PotatoNinja, 2 years agoRated 1 out of 5DO NOT USE. Anything you write Grammarly takes license of. So if you write a novel or a short story they own the rights to it and can sell and use it WITHOUT your permission.
- by Firefox user 13921647, 2 years agoRated 1 out of 5Stop popping up on every damn website asking me to activate!! If not fixed I'll be cancelling my subscription. I have for the sites I want and don't need to be prompted every time I go on the same sites where I have disabled.
- by Jerry, 2 years agoRated 1 out of 5Update: it logged in when I restarted Firefox. But still it did not do anything on Overleaf.
Hey! I don't know what settings I'm missing. But it doesn't work. When I click it, it says "Grammarly is active, but key features are missing". When I click "log in" and log in, it still says I need to log in. At the same time, it does no grammar check.
- by Timothy, 2 years agoRated 1 out of 5It never gave me corrections. Even when I blatantly misspelled a word. It just took up space. It said to log in to enable more things then I logged in and it did not realize that.