- by Firefox user 14498605, 2 years agoRated 3 out of 5Grammarly for the average user is probably an excellent experience, but for someone such as myself, while I find it to be better than most, it is still only ok. For one its dictionary is highly limited, in my Grammarly reports reports I allegedly use more unique words than more than 90% of their users. Mind you I write a lot about science and often when they highlight a word and I check it via Google it is Grammarly that is incorrect. I also find their understanding as far as "context' goes to be somewhat limited to pedantic statements. What I have found it good for is correcting typos and cerrtain grammar errors
- by Firefox user 14206845, 3 years agoRated 3 out of 5It seems to have a mind of it's own. Seemed better in the past. Some sites it works partly (GAB), corrects in some places but not others, but says PROTECTED. The library seems lacking from the past. I have it on FIREFOX and it seems to work on Thunderbird, but am afraid to install on WIN or office as I don't trust it. I remember I would Rclk and it worked everywhere. Now not so much.
- by kranazoli[HUN], 3 years agoRated 3 out of 5Grammarly is active, but
key features are missing
What kind of key feautures missing?!
I have logged in, and only shows sign in. :/
New one question: I could imagine to somehow combine Grammarly with non English langugae. For instance, I have installed Hungarian spelling dictionary.
Would be nice if Grammarly could handle both dictionary. ATM, if I write something my native language Grammarly is useless and irritating. There are workarounds, but handle all dictionary would be great.
Cons: I choosed Google login, and almost every time, if I "reinstall" Firefox have to login and 99% it false. Grammarly trying to login and both FB and Google sign just round-round-round, etc... :/ So, login issues annoying.
Still happening. (Firefox) Login issue... Still, still, still, ...