With the launch of ChatGPT by OpenAI and its subsequent success in the Nigerian tech ecosystem, tech companies are in a race to either integrate the raving AI into their products or build a replica of the artificial intelligence tool.
The cloud-based text typing platform, Grammarly is the latest to join the AI race. The platform is adding a ChatGPT-like feature called GrammarlyGO.
The company said the addition of the AI tool will give users a better experience while using the platform.
Here are some of the outlined uses of the AI tool:
Text composition: Users can create a customized draft where they are currently working with a brief prompt.
Email responses: GrammarlyGO recognizes the context of emails and provides pertinent one-click prompts (such as “I’m interested” or “I’m not interested”) so users can swiftly create responses.
Revise for clarity and tone: Make entire parts of text more understandable and apply the appropriate tone, whether to increase friendliness, professionalism or other qualities. To rewrite their chosen text, users can either choose from pre-written prompts or enter their own.
Revise for length: Adjust the writing’s length with the click of a button, making it longer or shorter as needed.
Idea: By deploying GrammarlyGO as an AI ideation partner and using it to generate outlines or ideas, you may boost creativity and expedite the development of content.
Follow the prompts: GrammarlyGO makes use of context to offer one-click writing prompts.
Personalize their voice: Users can set their preferred tones and professional roles, which would help in generating writing customized to their needs.
GrammarlyGO is coming soon, however, it’s not free.