Microsoft Word uses AI to improve your writing


You all may know about Grammarly, a company which provides both online and offline writing assistance service.

Recently, it is reported that Microsoft is willing to challenge Grammarly on its home turf. Apparently, the company is developing an Ideas feature for an online version of Ms. Word.

The online version will use AI to predict numerous grammar changes along with some other suggestions.

For detecting some basic errors in a paragraph, it can suggest you rewrite phrases for improvement, clarity, and inclusiveness.

Therefore, your document will be more accurate without any proofreading activity. Ideas feature might play an important role while reading.


This machine learning can determine reading times, has the ability to pick up important key points from the given text and can even explain acronyms. Therefore, you do not have to go through the entire text for creating the best summary out of it.

Additionally, a Word Designer feature will also be there. This feature will enable you to style tables and several other parts of the document.

Later in June, these features will be available in preview form. Despite these great features, you might not feel more attracted to Ms. Word if you are using numerous other tools like Google Docs, etc.

But, it should be noted that a lot of people are using Ms. Word for completing their daily tasks. However, Ideas would have a great impact on Microsoft’s productivity. And, it might be a game-changing feature for the company.

Zeeshan Akram

Zeeshan Akram

Senior Editor, Mobile, and Internet | An aspiring blogger who keeps a close eye on open source, tech giants, and smartphone vendors.

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