Go to the installation page and click the Add to Chrome button:
After installing, you'll need to refresh the extension:
Then, to enable the extension for the current tab, click the extension's icon and then ENABLE:
The icon will turn from black to blue and you're ready to start writing:
This extension supports two HTML elements:
<textarea> elements, you'll see in-text markers (unless disabled in your settings) and an indicator below the icon:
[contenteditable] elements (such as WYSIWYG editors), you'll only see the indicator below the icon.
Clicking on the extension's icon will bring up an alert panel that shows all suggestions, warnings, and errors found:
In-text makers (highlighting around words) are currently only available for
<textarea> elements—they aren't supported in
[contenteditable] elements such as WYSIWYG editors.
To open the settings page, click the extension's icon and then OPTIONS:
Go to the installation page and click the Remove from Chrome button: