I'm maintaining documentation for a software project and am looking for a markdown editor that integrates with Grammarly.

Currently, I use Google docs and some DIY scripting to produce clean HTML. This has worked well, but the formatting options are not great, and the presentation could have been better. I am looking at Docusaurus, which uses Markdown as input, but since I am a non-native English, I need Grammarly or similar. I could, of course, do some copy&paste, but it is not a very effective workflow.

There are a lot of great markdown editors out there (like MarkText, Ghostwriter & StackEdit), but none of them seems to offer any Grammarly support.

  • Clarification: (1) Do you specifically need to enter your text in MarkDown, or is the ability to save a document in MarkDown sufficient/acceptable? (2) Is Grammarly integration specifically required, or is any grammar-checking capability acceptable? (3) Constraints on budget? Programs/resources already available? Jun 21, 2022 at 13:24
  • (There is a Word addin called Writage that will allow Word to read and save Markdown files.) Jun 21, 2022 at 13:27
  • Thanks @JeffZeitlin 1) Plan is to do writing & formatting and later editing in the same interface 2) I know Grammarly and like it. As indicated in the post I am open for alternatives but based on my limited experience Grammarly is the best option. Writage could work. I will take a look! Thanks!
    – Arne S
    Jun 21, 2022 at 22:42

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StackEdit, that you mention, seems to be playing nice with LanguageTool Grammar & Spell Checker (a capable Grammarly alternative): enter image description here

  • Thanks! That looks promising. I will have a look at LanguageTool & try to figure out if that is an viable option.
    – Arne S
    Jun 21, 2022 at 22:52

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