Grammarly support for Illustrator and InDesign
Incorporating a Grammarly integration as part of the CC membership for Illustrator and InDesign would be INCREDIBLY helpful for many users. Even though these applications aren't word-processors, being able to reveiw documents for style etc. would be a huge bonus in my opinion.
We have passed this request along to Grammarly and that while Grammarly thought it would be useful, they’re unable to prioritize it at this time.
Has Grammarly incorporated this request yet? Please update!(Edited by admin)
Sumnyi Slon commented
Please look at this.
Ellen Nacik commented
Double checking the status of this suggestion (Grammarly for use in Adobe products, especially ID. The comment above is from 4/2019. Writing this on 2/28/23. Thanks
Piyush JP commented
Totally Agree. Grammarly should support Illustrator & all other Adobe products. It will be very empowering for all content creators.
Adam Cummins commented
Ducking please! Yeah, ducking. P.S. I'm already paying for both so let's quit screwing around and get this integrated. People need it.
Nell Teis commented
So important. Please look at this.
Aniket Sengar commented
Grammarly support for Illustrator would be incredibly empowering for designers, and I'd pay for this service. I struggle with exporting text from complicated design documents to Grammarly for a copy check.
JD Otto commented
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Rosann Barker commented
MAKE IT A PRIORITY! I WILL BE PURCHASING THE BUSINESS EDITION OF GRAMMARLY AS SOON AS IT WORKS WITH iLLUSTRATOR AND INDESIGN.
YES!!! I have so many issues editing text in Illustrator and Indesign. This is HUGELY needed.
Gema Germen commented
I totally agreed! Is this been done by any chance?
This would so helpful, they really need to prioritize this integration. Even as I type this comment, Grammarly is reviewing my spelling & grammar in the field form. The fact that these companies haven't provided a seamless way to use it inside of Adobe programs yet is seriously disappointing. Adobe, please work out a partnership with Grammarly, or implement something within the apps with the same level of functionality!
This is essential for anyone creating epub docs, social posts, UX items, and more. Having correct spelling/wording is always going to be a high priority.
Absolutely, it would be very helpful. OR if Adobe had grammar/spelling detection built-in as Word does, that would be great for avoiding typos.
I noticed the original post had a typo – 'review' – which is quite ironic. :)
Yusuf Mustough commented
Illustrator isn't just a graphic and vector design software alone I use it to do my type setting because it seen more flexible than Microsoft word. Buh honestly there should be a partnership between Adobe and Grammarly for smoother typesetting to achieve the best
If there can be some plugins or something
Jack Brannen commented
I strongly disagree. Illustrator is an app for vector design and illustration, not a place for composing and editing text. If you need to edit your text, you should do that in another app, then bring it in to Illustrator. Globbed-on features like this one are the kinds of things that bloat software.
Scott Vasconcellos commented
I just did an internet search to see if there was a plugin for Indesign.—so disappointed to see that there isn't one.
I concur. It would be useful in a business atmosphere where time, money, and reputation are on the line.
I think it a great idea Adobe and Grammarly should partner up. It would be incredibly useful especially for editorial designers, book writers, or students