Working and communicating online has become an integral part of everyday modern life. Whether you’re writing an assessment, scribing your next novel, or just writing a friendly email, we increasingly spend more and more time writing on a keyboard.
With the rise of connected devices like cellphones and tablets, our time spent online is increasing exponentially. A 2019 report produced by industry experts Hootsuite and We Are Social suggested the average person now spends an incredible 6 hours 42 minutes online every day – with around half of that on mobile devices.
Undoubtedly, a lot of this time is spent passively browsing, but the internet is a two-way street, and we also use it as a way of expressing ourselves, whether that is via a status update, email, or instant message.
The vehicles of this communication may have altered over time (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.), but the way we use the web itself hasn’t changed much in 30 years. The vast majority of our communication is still through the written word. Yes, video conferencing is growing quickly, but our go-to, de facto method of communicating online remains writing.
Of course, this is all great news if you possess decent writing skills, but what if your prose doesn’t quite cut it? What if, like many, you struggle with grammar, spelling, or writing?
Step up Microsoft Editor and its holistic approach to textual editing.
When it comes to spelling, thankfully, English has some basic rules to follow, but spellcheckers have long struggled with the specific use of words in text. For example, ‘advise’ and ‘advice’ are both correctly spelled – but their use as a verb and noun (respectively) are considerably different from one another. Microsoft 365 can work out the use of words contextually and offers the correct version, based on setting and meaning.
No matter how confident the writer, everyone hits a brick wall from time to time. Microsoft Editor continually scans your text to understand what you’re trying to say and offers on-the-fly word or phrase suggestions to improve your text and avoid repetition. It offers style and grammar refinements, unobtrusively making suggestions when you need them.
Of course, for most of us, writing takes on the greatest significance in our work. Day to day emails, reports, and written updates are a common part of most jobs these days. Good business communication requires clarity, precision, and brevity. Thankfully, MS Editor has in-built tools to check the quality and precision of your writing.
Perhaps most significantly, the all-encompassing nature of the Microsoft 365 suite also allows seamless integration with your existing company network, meaning you can transfer or collaborate on files easily. Of course, this integration also needs bulletproof Microsoft 365 security provisions, but it’s a terrific way to streamline the way you work and participate with your office network.
MS Editor comes complete with add-ons for Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome so it can be used anywhere – on any device – to check everything you write. From Twitter tweets to Gmail emails, Microsoft Editor is constantly monitoring your text for correctness, grammar, conciseness, and spelling.
As one might expect, MS Editor also works in-built with other universal Microsoft apps like Word and Outlook as well as the entire Microsoft 365 suite to offer you complete peace of mind while writing. It is your take-anywhere personal editor, an essential app in the modern connected age and aid to writers (skilled or unskilled) everywhere.
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