Grammarly Comes Close to Being an Organizational Linter

Grammarly improves the overall level of communication within an organization, but if you think of it as an organizational linter it does much more. It eliminates a class of common feedback that would otherwise need to repeated for each work product for each person (with some decay curve as new employees internalize these rules). Even better would be if it could lint the structure of documents (i.e. a minto linter) and not just grammar and phrasing.

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  • As with decision fatigue, editing or reviewing can be exhausting and quality can slip because it takes too much effort.
  • Better tools are important for remote work, especially as teams rely on low-bandwidth collaboration.