How does ‘Track Changes’ work?
The editor uses ‘Track Changes’ in Word when editing your thesis.
Don’t know how this works? Then read the following guide in which we explain step by step how ‘Track Changes’ works.
Our Essay Checker can detect most grammar, spelling, and punctuation mistakes. That said, we can’t guarantee 100% accuracy. The Essay Checker performs especially well on academic texts, but it can only check US English at the moment. If you want your document edited in other languages or with 100% accuracy, we recommend our Proofreading & Editing service.
You can only upload .docx (Word) files to the Essay Checker.
Absolutely! The Essay Checker is particularly useful for non-native English speakers, as it can detect mistakes that may have gone unnoticed.
Yes—you’re in control. Every change suggested by the Essay Checker is indicated as a tracked change in Word. You can decide which changes to accept or reject in your document; you can also accept all of the changes with just one click.
The cost is $9.95 for unlimited documents for 1 month, regardless of the length of your document(s).
The exact time depends on the length of your document, but, in most cases, the proofreading will be completed within a maximum of 10 minutes.
If you format your list of citations as a reference list in Word, the Essay Checker will make no changes. However, even if it does make changes to your references, you can easily select the entire list and simply undo the changes.
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The Scribbr Plagiarism Checker is powered by elements of Turnitin’s Similarity Checker, namely the plagiarism detection software and the Internet Archive and Premium Scholarly Publications content databases.
The Scribbr Citation Generator is developed using the open-source Citation Style Language (CSL) project and Frank Bennett’s citeproc-js. It’s the same technology used by dozens of other popular citation tools, including Mendeley and Zotero.
You can find all the citation styles and locales used in the Scribbr Citation Generator in our publicly accessible repository on Github.