Is there an Undo button in Grammarly?
Grammarly is a fantastic tool for both native and non-native English speakers. But we all make mistakes when we write.
After making a mistake, you’ve probably wondered, “How can I undo on Grammarly?” The solution is simple: on a Windows computer, hit “control” + “z,” and on a Mac, press “command” + “Z.”
This is the simplest technique I’ve seen to undo something in Grammarly, but let’s see how it works in practise.
How does Grammarly’s undo function work?
I tried Grammarly’s undo tool a few times, and I believe it’s just replacing the word by putting it in.
You can use the undo option in places like the WordPress Editor and Google Docs (when Google Docs is operating properly, that is).
But the problem remains, I believe your computer’s system identifies it as a paste, similar to when you press “ctrl” + “v,” and that is why the system knows how to undo your Grammarly mistakes.
What else does Grammarly have to offer?
If you find Grammarly’s free edition beneficial, make sure to check out the pro version as well. If you write as often as I do, I think you’d find the premium edition incredibly useful with all of the added features.