Grammarly, the popular tool that aims to help you avoid grammar and style gaffes, today announced the launch of custom style guides for its paying business users. Like with any style guide, the idea here is to ensure that business communications are consistent. You wouldn’t want one email to say “datacenter” while the other says “data center,” after all.
“Grammarly is committed to helping organizations of all sizes accelerate business results through better communication, and we believe that style guides will prove to be an impactful tool for business customers,” said Dorian Stone, the general manager for Grammarly Business. “Consistency in business communications is table stakes for gaining brand credibility and trust among key stakeholders. But it’s difficult to maintain with a distributed and diverse workforce using a variety of writing platforms — even more challenging for businesses now working remotely without established processes in place.”