Google wants to help your spelling and grammar mistakes in emails. The company is now using artificial intelligence to make smarter spell check suggestions as you type.
A squiggly blue or red line will highlight your errors as you type, giving you the opportunity to click on the line to allow Google's corrections to automatically take effect.
Common spelling mistakes will be automatically detected and and autocorrected using an as-you-type algorithm.
Autocorrect is only available in English for now, and it'll roll out to G Suite users first over the next few weeks. The new feature will be turned on automatically once it becomes available, but it can be turned off within Gmail's settings.