Grammarlygrammarly for chrome

L Aug 05, 2018

I've just lost a lot of work because of the Grammarly Chrome extension. For the second time just this week! When you maximize Grammarly, it disables autosave functionality of underlying websites by not providing them with updates of the content, but it does not take on the responsibility of saving the content itself. Anything going even slightly wrong (the website reloads, the browser crashes, the websites hides the text area and thousands of other scenarios) mean that all the work is instantly lost. Who thought it's a good idea? How can you release a software with such flow and charge for it?

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