Microsoft Editor Extension for Chrome and Edge is Available for Download

Microsoft recently rolled out Microsoft Editor Extension for Google Chrome and Chromium-based Edge browser, a new AI-powered writing assistant alternative to Grammarly.

Microsoft Editor Extension for Chrome and Edge is Available for Download

Recently, the company has integrated a Microsoft Editor in the Office extension. It will check your work in real-time and provide you a suggestion for spelling, grammar, and style from an online library.

Microsoft Editor Extension for Chrome and Edge

With Microsoft Editor, you can view, edit, and create Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Sway) documents in the supported browsers. For example, Chrome and Edge Chromium. Using this, you can become one of the better writers on the internet.

Microsoft Editor is going to be a great alternative to Grammarly and will help users who make living by writing. For example, bloggers and professional report writers.

With Microsoft Editor, you users can:

  • You can edit blog post online in real time
  • Intelligent writing assistance basics of grammar, spelling, and punctuation for free and more with premium subscription
  • Get feedback on websites like Gmail, LinkedIn, Facebook, and other.
  • Feedback in more than 20+ language

Microsoft Editor was first discovered by Florian B and that time extension was under development. Starting today, the company rollout the extension for both Chrome and Edge Chromium browser. On Microsoft Editor settings, you can manage various settings:

  • Check spelling
  • Check grammar
  • Check for requirements tools.
  • Change proofreading language,
  • Block sites
  • Turn off editor

To start using Microsoft Editor extension, you need to download the latest version of Microsoft Editor extension on Chrome and Edge browser using following links:

Microsoft Editor for Chrome | Microsoft Editor for Edge

After installing Microsoft Editor extension on your browser, you need to login your Microsoft account.

You need login using Microsoft account and Microsoft 365 subscription to get access to premium editor features.

Once done, it will start showing suggestion based on the settings you have made in browser.

You can also check Demonstration video on how to Microsoft Editor works in Chrome and Edge browse:

Are you going to install Microsoft Editor extension on Chrome and Edge? Grammarly or Microsoft Editor which one you prefer? Let us know your opinion about the Microsoft Editor in the comments.

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