There is no word yet on when exactly you can expect Google's grammar loving artificial intelligence will be available in Docs.
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To put it a bit more simply, Google Docs will soon point out that your use of their, there and they're might be incorrect.
Back when Google had announced this AI grammar checker feature for Google Docs, it was available exclusively to Business users and was disabled by default, requiring a system administrator to turn it on.
Likewise, you can right-click the underlined text to see the grammar suggestions provided by G Suite and decide whether or not you want to make the adjustment.
"If you're working against deadlines to create documents daily, having correct grammar probably isn't the first thing on your mind", Vishnu Sivaji, product manager at G Suite, wrote in a blog post. It is also notable that Google will probably learn a lot about how we write as well which is more data that the ever hungry tech giant would be able to use for its own purposes, although this particular kind of data is pretty harmless so consumers needn't worry just yet. According to 9to5Google, roll out begins March 5.