While it’s great to be productive, there is a line that you should never cross.
That is when you are making sacrifices in the quality of the work you’re doing for the sake of speed.
Be careful, the further beyond that line you go, the less likely the reader will enjoy the article, and the less likely Google will rank it.
AI has shifted where that line is a little, but it hasn’t taken the writer out of the process. There’s still work to do.
That said, in the case of Grammarly… going through a 2,000-word article shouldn’t take much longer than 5-10 minutes.
You can’t rely on a “fix-all” button. Sometimes your “voice,” your “flow,” conflict with Grammarly’s suggestions.
In the end, it’s your article. If you want it to produce results for you — you need to put some effort into it.
Good luck! 🙌