Gmail”s built-in spell checker is an easy way to catch mistakes while writing emails. The tool works with words written in English, Spanish, German, Italian, and many other languages. If you”ve never taken advantage of it, we”ll show you how.
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If your web browser supports spell check, you might also see some other indication of a spelling error, like a red squiggly line.
Select any misspelled word to get a list of suggested alternatives. Alternatively, you can choose to ignore the misspelling.
Or, if you want to search for misspellings in another language, open the drop-down menu and pick one from the list.
About Gmail’s Spell Checker
The spell checker is set to Auto by default, and it doesn”t remember previously set languages. For example, you might pick French for one email, then open another one and find it”s once again set to Auto. Also, keep in mind Gmail won”t simultaneously spellcheck more than one language. You will need to run a check for each language individually.