When you write in Scrivener on Mac or Windows, you benefit from the spelling and grammar checking features available in those operating systems. But, as you know, these tools are not always comprehensive. They do generally highlight spelling errors, but for grammar, they can be limited.
There are a number of grammar checkers available, such as Grammarly, Ginger, Scribens, and others, but these tools require that you either paste text into a browser or use their apps. Only one grammar checker integrates with Scrivener: ProWritingAid.
In this article – which is not a sponsored post – I’ll look at how ProWritingAid works with Scrivener, and how you can improve your writing with this tool.
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To learn how to use Scrivener for Mac, Windows, and iOS, check out my book Take Control of Scrivener 3.