To use the grammar check tool, simply type a sentence or phrase into the Google search bar and include the keyword “grammar check” or “check grammar”. Google will then highlight any errors in your sentence and suggest corrections.
The grammar check tool is currently available in English, but Google plans to add support for other languages in the future. In its support document announcing the feature, Google says the grammar check will not be available when Search detects content that goes against the company's policies. That includes harassing, hateful, sexist, violent, and other types of content.
Alternatively, you can also use the voice input feature to dictate your text and have it checked by Google Search. The tool will then highlight the errors in your text and suggest corrections for them. You can click on the suggestions to accept them or ignore them if you think they are not appropriate. You can also see explanations for why the tool suggested a certain correction by clicking on the “Why?” link next to it.
The tool can check your text for various types of errors, such as punctuation, capitalization, verb tense, subject-verb agreement, pronoun usage, word order, and more. It can also detect some common stylistic issues, such as passive voice, wordiness, and redundancy.
Big Google Search Changes Over the Last Week
Google has been making important changes to Search in recent days. The first was an expansion of the AI capabilities for the Search Generative Experience. Specifically, Google brought image and video capabilities to the platform. Google announced SGE at its annual I/O conference in May. The Search Generative Experience (SGE) feature is currently available in preview mode for users who sign up for the Search Labs program.
Also last week, Google announced a new dashboard that gives users notifications when their personal info is used by websites. The dashboard allows you to see and manage your online presence on Google, such as your photos, videos, social media profiles, and more. You can access the dashboard by signing into your Google account and searching for “me” on Google.