Google will soon add a grammar correction tool to its email service Gmail which will automatically fix your spelling and grammar mistakes in general. With the new upcoming update, Gmail users can take a sigh of relief as sending an email with goof-ups will be a thing of the past.
The update is currently available for G Suite users on the web. It uses AI to point out errors in your email. Gmail will correct all your typos while you are typing the content. Gmail will let users identify their mistakes by showing a blue line on the goofed up word.
The auto-correct feature is only available in English as of now and will be rolled out soon. Gmail users can disable it in the settings. Google Docs got the same feature back in February. Gmail has been focusing on some AI features. The full rollout will be starting on September 12, 2019. To recall, its Smart Reply and autocomplete features do save a lot of time.