Google announced this Tuesday that its neural network-powered grammar suggestions on its Docs online text editor are now available in Spanish, according to TechCrunch.
Now, Google’s tool automatically knows what language the texts were written in. In Spanish, it works like English grammar suggestions, however, this feature will only be available for G Suite paying customers for now.
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Google says it plans to extend this feature to consumers and educational organizations in the future. TechCrunch also points out that Smart Compose and spelling autocorrect in Spanish will follow later in the year. For now, English and Spanish are the only ones currently supported in Docs.
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