Hello everyone, you can now Microsoft Editor for Microsoft Edge and experience one of the best edge extensions that helps you improve your grammar, spelling and style checking right on your browser.
Today we will highlight some reasons why we think you should go ahead and give Microsoft Editor a try on your Windows laptop or desktop devices. I have been using Microsoft Editor exclusively on my edge browser since last week and so far it’s great, it doesn’t make the browser load slow at all or anything and it doesn’t get in the way of your typing or reading. We tend to write a lot of stories here at Oxavi Group Inc so I told all the other employees to at least try it and see if they like it. Most of them already use another similar extension that some of you might know, Grammarly. If you have your Microsoft 365 subscription, you also get a lot of bonus features and it automatically can integrate with your other software. If you are still a bit skeptical, go ahead and just try it for a couple days and let us in the comments what you think about it.
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Install Microsoft Editor Extension on Microsoft Edge
What Is Microsoft Editor About?
Microsoft Editor allows you to become a better writer across the web, your free writing assistant. Editor moves with you across sites, so you can confidently write clear, concise posts online. With this browser extension, you receive:
- Intelligent writing assistance – nail the basics with incredible grammar checking, spell checking, and punctuation proofing for free. Receive advanced grammar and style checking on clarity, conciseness, formality, vocabulary, and much more with premium.
- Anywhere you write – Receive feedback on sites like LinkedIn, Gmail, Facebook, and many more of your favorites with this browser extension. If you want Editor’s assistance beyond the web, open Word and look for the Editor icon to see how Editor can help across documents, email, and the rest of the web.
- Available in multiple languages – receive basic feedback in 20+ languages (and spellchecking specifically in over 80) to communicate clearly, no matter what language in which you’re writing.
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If you loved this Edge extension, you should try Dark Reader for Microsoft Edge.