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Using Grammarly in Opera Browser

dowenb profile image Benjamin Dowen Updated on ・1 min read

First, you need to add the Install Chrome Extentions plugin for Opera.

Install Chrome Extentions

Next, go to the Chrome Web Store and find the Grammarly extension. This is where the "Install Chrome Extensions" plugin kicks in and allows you to directly install the Grammarly plugin from the Chrome Web Store. After you click install, you will be taken to the Opera extensions screen and you need to finalize the process by accepting the permissions and clicking Install.

And that's it! next time you post on Dev.to, you can make use of Grammarly to write and review your post. Simply click the small Grammarly icon in the bottom right-hand corner of the text area in your next new post.

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Al Romano

I would highly recommend Vivaldi browser. It's essentially an Opera-like UI on the front and Chromium underneath. Install add-ons straight from the Chrome Add-On Site.

I switched to Vivaldi for a week as default and I haven't switched back. No regrets.

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Benjamin Dowen Author

I've tried it, but couldn't get in with it. The update mechanic annoyed me.

I do a lot of cross browser testing so I frequently use many different browsers installed, end up using most of them for something!

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Ahmad Ali

I've downloaded but looks like it's not supported

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Benjamin Dowen Author

I'll take a look. This might need updating.

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Ahmad Ali

it's working now, it turns out that I need to restart opera in order for the extension to work.