Due to the recent update to Safari version 13.0.3, Acrolinx for Safari isn't available to users on macOS version 10.14.6.
Acrolinx for Safari will be available again in the next release.
In the meantime, you can use Acrolinx for Chrome or Acrolinx for Firefox.
Welcome to Acrolinx for Safari!
You can use Acrolinx for Safari to check content in editable fields on most web pages. For example, you can check content in articles you write in an online help center like Zendesk. You can even check an email in Gmail or check content in a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tool.
Acrolinx for Safari is particularly great if you create web content but don't yet have an Acrolinx product to use in your web CMS.
If you want to learn how to use Acrolinx to improve your content and how to configure and maintain Acrolinx for Safari, take a look through some of the following articles.
The Sidebar Card Guide is also worth having close to hand.
You can Check
You can check content in editable fields on most web pages.
Start Acrolinx for the first time and run a check.
Check your Content
Before you start checking, make sure that you have the right checking options.
There are a few options to explore in the Sidebar slide-out menu.
Install and Update
What you should know about installing, uninstalling, and updating.
Configure Acrolinx for Safari.
Look at our release notes to learn more about the development of Acrolinx for Safari.