Grammarly is supported in draft emails
Autopilot supports Grammarly in draft emails. However, once you publish an email, Grammarly will no longer be available. So if you're relying on Grammarly to check an email, please ensure you review any suggested changes prior to publishing it.
Why can't I use Grammarly in published emails?
Grammarly injects code into our email editor in order to check the contents of your email. If this code isn't removed it can result in unexpected formatting problems in your email. For this reason, we remove Grammarly's code when an email is published.
We apologize for any inconvenience this causes, however, our primary goal is to ensure no outside code is injected into your emails which may stop them from being delivered exactly how they look in our editor.