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The latest Smart Compose feature from Google Docs makes the service more like Microsoft Word

Google’s Smart Compose, which contains predictive text, is now available widely available in Google Docs. The feature has been in beta since last year and aims to help users reduce repetitive writing, spelling and grammatical errors. It is based on artificial intelligence to predict what you will subsequently type and corrects errors made retroactively.

Smart Compose is already part of Gmail to help users prepare emails faster. As an improvement in the quality of life in G Docs, it can also enable users to write more efficiently, putting the free tool on an equal footing with document programs such as Word.

In G Documents it is enabled by default – users can disable it in their preferences tab – and is currently only available in English. It is available for G Suite Basic, G Suite Business, G Suite Enterprise and the version of G Suite available for non-profit organizations.