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How do I set up Grammarly for use in Canvas?

Grammarly is a cloud-based typing assistant that reviews spelling, grammar, punctuation, clarity, engagement, and delivery mistakes. It uses artificial intelligence to identify and search for an appropriate replacement for the error it locates. Wikipedia

In this article, you are going to learn how to activate Grammarly in Google Chrome and how to use it in Canvas.

1. Navigate to the Grammarly Plug-in on Chrome webpage.

2. Click the Add to Chrome button.

Add to Chrome button

3. When prompted, click the Add Extension button.

Add Extension button

4. Use your CSUF Google Account.

Every teacher, staff member, and student at Cal State Fullerton has a google account connected to their school email. 

When prompted select Sign up with Google.

Sign up with Google button

5. Use your School email.

Type your school email (1) and click the Next button (2).

emaill field and Next button

6. Choose the School Account.

Select Google Workspace account.

Google Workspace account button

7. Enter your CSUF Credentials.

When prompted, enter your school user name (1), password (2), and click the Sign in button (3).

CSUF portal login credentials

8. Verify your Account.

If prompted, click the Continue button.

Continue button

The Grammarly App is installed on Google Chrome.

The Grammarly App will appear in your browser. 

Grammarly shown in the web browser

9. Pin Grammarly onto the Extensions.

After the Grammarly App finishes installing in Google Chrome, you can pin the extension next to the search bar by (1) clicking the extension's icon and then (2) activating the Pin. 

Pinning the Grammarly app

10. Grammarly can now help you in Canvas.

Grammarly will be visible on the lower right corner in the Rich Content Editor when you are editing a Page, Discussion, Quiz, or Assignment. 

Grammarly icon visible on webpage

Article Summary

You just learn how to install Grammarly in Google Chrome and how to identify it on Canvas.