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Grammarly Beta is now available works Google Docs.

Looks like I won't miss any 'a'/'an' or 'the' anymore in my software documentations

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    why would you write docs with google docs..
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    @gitreflog if you don't produce anything of real value so that industrial espionage isn't a thing, and if you don't value your privacy either, then it could be an option.
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    @Fast-Nop Im not even talking about privacy or something like that but about the usability! Use something like Grav/Sphinx/etc. and get your docs from the source with some topic pages as markdown..
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    Please don't use Grammarly, according to their ToS they own everything you write when you let it be checked.
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    @PrivateGER From their ToS, chapter Ownership:

    "All intellectual property rights in and to the User Content are and shall remain your property, and Grammarly shall acquire no right of ownership with respect to your User Content."
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    @Fast-Nop That has been changed then.
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    @PrivateGER in 2014, they had introduced this https://web.archive.org/web/...

    "By uploading or entering any User Content, you give Grammarly (and those it works with) a nonexclusive, worldwide, royalty-free and fully-paid, transferable and sublicensable, perpetual, and irrevocable license to copy, store and use your User Content in connection with the provision of the Software and the Services and to improve the algorithms underlying the Software and the Services."

    That still didn't transfer the content rights. It was limited to using and improving the software, not for distributing the content.

    They changed that to its current version in 2017.
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    @PrivateGER oh, didn't knew about that
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