Note: This function is currently only applicable to messages, documents, and emails written in Chinese or English.
When you're typing in Chinese or English, the system will automatically check for mistakes and provide suggestions to fix them via Smart Correction. In Chinese, Smart Correction looks for incorrect characters and punctuation. In English, it looks for spelling, grammar, and punctuation errors.
- •When there's an error in your message content, the system will automatically display a red line below the word that needs to be corrected.
- •You can click the word marked with the red line and select the proper word in the pop-up correction card to quickly modify or replace it. You can also ignore it and keep the original word.
- •Click the ... icon in the upper-right corner of the correction card to add an unknown word (such as a slang expression or name) to your personal dictionary. Words in your dictionary will be considered correct in the future.
- •If you think a suggestion isn't correct, click the ... icon > Give feedback, fill out the Smart Correction feedback on the pop-up window, and click Send to report the issue.
The steps are basically the same as in messages. Please refer to the section above.
- 2.Enable or disable Smart Correction
- •On desktop, click your profile photo > Settings > Efficiency.
- •Select or deselect Smart Correction to enable or disable the function.
- •Select whether to enable Smart Correction for Messages, Docs, and Emails.
- 3.Manage your dictionary
- •On desktop, click Profile Photo > Settings > Efficiency, and enable Smart Correction.
- •Under Dictionary Management, click Open Dictionary to view the words you've added to your dictionary, and add or delete words.
How's Smart Correction triggered?
Smart Correction incorporates rich AI capabilities and is based on a large-scale pre-trained language model. This allows it to identify typos and grammar mistakes based on the context of the text, and provide suggestions for correction.
Why isn't Smart Correction always triggered when there's a mistake?
To provide you with a better typing experience, Smart Correction isn't triggered in real time. Smart Correction will check for typos and grammar errors when you type a comma or period, or pause for a certain period of time.