Spell check

      Spell check

        Article Summary

        With the built-in spell checker for Close desktop app, you can ensure that your emails and notes are mistake-free. Spell check will work on both Windows and Mac.

        Spell check is multilingual which means you can select more than one language at once and Close will check for errors across multiple languages.


        On Windows, press Alt key to bring up the menu bar, and then you can find the spell check settings under Edit > Spell Checker Languages(s) where you can toggle on/off languages as needed:

        00add06-Screenshot2020-04-24at134244.pngSpell Checker Languages menu in Close

         See it in action where we go from English to English + Spanish:

        3110969-example4.gifChanging spell check language in Close app on Windows


        On Mac, Close will use macOS built-in spell-check preferences which can be found on your System Preferences > Keyboard > Text > Spelling

        d7ed9fb-Kapture2020-04-24at172019.gifSpelling language options on Mac
        Close app refresh is required for changes to take effect

        After you change the macOS settings make sure to refresh the Close app for changes to take effect.

        If you want to customize your language choices when the setting is Automatic by Language, go to Set Up... option at the end of the list and toggle on/off languages as needed:

        994fc41-Screenshot2020-04-24at134142.pngLanguages that are used when spelling is being checked automatically

        See it in action where we go from English to Spanish:

        8cbbc25-example5.gifChanging spell check language in Close app on Mac