Google applies Google Docs auto-correction to all users and Google Docs Smart Compose to G Suite subscribers. Features are categorically posted and should be available to everyone in the next few weeks. Google states that the AutoCorrect and Smart Application for Compose will have a progressive offer starting on February 18th, which means it may take up to 15 days for this feature to appear, as part of the Rapid Release domains. Although these options will be enabled by default, you can go to Tools> Preferences and disable them if you choose. AutoCorrect helps you create documents more efficiently, while the smart app improves the quality of your content.
These two features have been tested in Google Docs to use the power of machine learning and help users write long, non-recurring sentences. Last year, Google launched a real-time spellcheck that was able to make automatic spelling corrections as you type. Initially implemented in Gmail, along with rule suggestions, as detailed in Google Blog Post. The way it works, if you mistype a word while you type, the feature automatically corrects it and adds a gray underline to indicate that it did something there. AutoCorrect will now be available to all users working in Google Docs on the web.
On the other hand, Smart Compose was introduced in 2018 in Gmail and used artificial intelligence to complete sentences autocomplete intelligently, helping users to compose mail messages without having to type every word. Late last year, Smart Compose was added to G Suite but was in beta testing. Now, Smart Compose is generally available and G Suite customers will start receiving it in the coming weeks. It will be available to G Suite Basic, G Suite Enterprise and G Suite Business customers, according to the Google Blog.