Support » Plugin: Gutenberg » Gutenberg and Grammarly

  • So I found this thread (https://wordpress.org/support/topic/conflicts-with-grammarly/) from a just over a year ago about Grammarly not working in Gutenberg. It still doesn’t work. But it does in Classic Editor. That’s so confusing. Why not integrate Grammarly all the way. Maybe put it on the list at least. A lot of people use Grammarly because they don’t have to focus on their grammar so much while typing but instead they can focus on the content. I just think it would be a nice addition to the great job you guys have already done with it.

    Thanks,

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  • Thread Starter jamorecords

    (@jamorecords)

    I did just find a WP plugin that looks pretty cool. But it would be nice to not have to load another plugin on my site. Just consider it.

    I think this is something that Grammarly need to do, and it might be worth sending them a message to see if there are any updates since that thread.

    Still not working, in order to correct you have to click block per block that’s annoying

    mjmurphy53711

    (@mjmurphy53711)

    Really sad that Grammarly is not keeping up with WP/Gutenberg. Losing pro customers left and right (including myself). Anyone found an alternative that works well in gutenberg editor?

    This has been an issue for about two years now. I went back and forth with Grammarly and they say the same thing over and over again: We’ll pass this info to our developers. But that’s been happening for years so, really, it’s not going to happen until enough people abandon ship.

    I tried the plugin WProofreader and it had the same issue however the developer created a system that checked every block and now it actually works without having to click the blocks separately. It’s a plugin so it only works in WordPress, BUT they made it work where Grammarly hasn’t done anything at all in this area. Sad. But check out the plugin, good support and the developers listen to you. I’m not affiliated with them, just happy to endorse something that works.

    +1
    It’s unfair to say “Grammarly should check it” when Grammarly isn’t and WordPress users are still losing out.

    If you can do something about this, do it.

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