No matter what and where you're typing, your writing should be the best it can be. And now it can.

Outwrite's browser extension can help you become a better writer, anywhere on the web. Whether you're composing an email or a witty Facebook post, you can ensure your writing is clear and correct.

Here's how to get it:

Visit Outwrite on the Chrome Web Store, then click 'Add to Chrome'. If you're a Microsoft Edge user, you can install the extension here.

Image of an email. Pop up message suggests changing "your" to "you're".
Clicking on a colored underline will show a writing suggestion

Here's how to use it:

1. Correct mistakes

Start by typing in a text field. If Outwrite detects an error, a colored underline will appear. Red indicates a spelling error, while green is for grammar. If you're an Outwrite Pro user, you may also see blue and purple underlines for Eloquence and Experimental suggestions respectively.

2. Improve vocabulary

Want to replace a word? Highlight or double-click on it, and choose a better alternative from the list of synonyms.

3. Rewrite sentences (Pro)

Let's say you want to rework an entire sentence. Highlight or double-click on it, click "Rewrite", then choose the option that best suits your writing goal.

4. Track progress

You may notice a green or red circle at the bottom right of your text field. Clicking it will give you access to the Outwrite Editor. This is where you can find your real-time writing statistics, including readability and grade-level scores.

Image of an email. Pop up message asks if the user wishes to disable the extension.
You can disable the Outwrite extension at any time by clicking on the icon at the bottom right

... And how to stop using it

There may be times when you don't want to use Outwrite. If this is the case, click on the Outwrite icon in your toolbar and disable the extension for that particular site. Don't worry - you can turn it back on again at any time.

Here's where it works:

Outwrite's browser extension supports most websites including Gmail, Outlook, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, WordPress, Reddit, and Medium.

If you would like us to support a new site, or have any questions, just contact

Happy writing!