It works exactly like autocorrect in Word, where it will automatically fix frequent mistakes people make while typing. It currently has a library of around 700 corrections, including commonplace ones like, teh, dont and thats. There’s no support for custom corrections at the moment, but as a singular tool to keep the worst offenders at bay it works well.
ezAutoCorrect For Chrome Fixes Typos In Gmail
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