Seriously consider acquiring Grammarly application for your faithful users.
I use Grammarly, but without integration, I have to copy and paste my content into the Grammarly website and then back into Constant Contact. That adds additional steps to my workflow. Funny thing is, Grammarly works in this comment field.
Do you have any plans to either integrate with Grammarly OR provide some sort of spell check within the content editor? I find it very cumbersome to have to cut and paste all of my email campaigns into another document to check the spelling.
Hi @sarah001. I don't have any information to share about a spell check feature in the editor but most browsers have a built-in spell check feature that you can use.
New user here...
I'm also wondering why the Firefox extension doesn't seem to work in Constant Contact -- and yes, it is working in this comment field as mentioned above.
Is there something that can be done for the extension to work? I'm sure there are a TON of folks that would appreciate this.
Shameless plug, but we've been working on a grammar extension that works with Constant Contact.
You can find the Chrome extension here: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/sapling-grammar-checker-a/pjpgohokimaldkikgejifibjdpbopfdc
(We also support Firefox and Edge.)
Here's an example screenshot using a Constant Contact template:
using Grammarly yet?????????????????????????????? would help alot!
Sally J Foote
Yes, integrating Grammarly would be very helpful.
I agree..Needs to work with CC! PLEASE!
Another vote from me... please allow integration with Grammarly
PLEASE!!!!!! I always see so many errors after I send out my emails UNLESS I take the time to move each text block over to Grammarly to check... 😕
Yes, please get the Grammarly integration done. Any updates on the @constantcontact
I use Grammarly for nearly everything I write, not just for spell check. They suggest ways to communicate your message more effectively and let me know when writing a passive sentence. I can let Grammarly know what tone I want to convey (friendly, encouraging, formal / authority, etc.).
I expect CC hasn't allowed Grammarly to help CC users because it would not be financially beneficial to CC. This reminds me of waiting to get an iPhone when the only phone service was Verizon. Years passed. I finally got sick of it, bought an Android. Very satisfied with my Samsung Galaxy phone.
I'm looking into other email services and will make the change, but only if I can use Grammarly.
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