Old versions of this let you remove words that you didn't want Swiftkey to suggest because they were incorrect. There's no way to do this in the newest version of SwiftKey as far as I know.
I'm using version 220.127.116.111 on a Galaxy Nexus with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.53 votes17 comments · 2. Bug reports » 3. Personalization (learn from) bug · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
SwiftKey allows you to longpress on a prediction and choose to remove that word from your predictions, but only if the word is not exactly what you have typed. Hope this makes things clearer.
This is the thread for feedback on the SwiftKey Korean beta found on the Korean Android Market. If you cannot access Korean Android Market the beta can also be found on our VIP Community vip.swiftkey.net26 votes47 comments · 3. Language model feedback » Korean - Suggestions · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Korean is no longer in Beta phase. If you have additional bugs or suggestions related to the Korean language, please post them on our public forum here: http://support.swiftkey.net/forums/140949-5-language-model-feedback/category/41050-korean.
Thanks very much.
Full email addresses should always pop up as a prediction option. Currently the first part of an email pops up, the "@", then the last part, with spaces between each part so you must go back and delete the spaces. It would be far better if i could simply select the full email from the predictions bar and be done with it.380 votes
We’ve rolled out full email prediction support with the latest version of SwiftKey X and SwiftKey Tablet X.
I'm a paying customer, and I love the idea of being able to use a new SwiftKey beta, but it is currently missing the features that I used previously like the ability to have it not auto-capitalize the first letter of a sentence and other similar settings. Will these settings be back?
Thanks!52 votes1 comment · 1. Ideas and suggestions » 1.Language personalization (learn from) · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
The settings are very different, so this isn’t easily feasible. What is possible is for your learned language data to be inherited, which currently happens.