To whom it might concern,
I just signed up for Grammarly and got a mail saying:
Your subscription provides unlimited access to our automated grammar checking software .
However when I upload a file I get a message:
Your document is longer than 20 pages of text. Try to check your file in smaller parts.
Not exactly what I call unlimited. So before my paied subscription starts, what limitations does it have? Are there limits in numbers of words per month or pages? Also the document uploadad had only 17 pages, not even 20.
I'm not a Grammarly user, but I think the unlimited means you can use it as much as you wish. I have read users explain that lengthy documents really slow down the checking, and breaking them down into smaller parts takes less time overall.
|link comment||answered May 19 '13 at 11:24 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow|
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