Just over one year ago, Microsoft announced the consumer versions of Microsoft 365. Today, the firm discussed several features it’s recently added to the subscriptions.
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Microsoft announced today that its Immersive Reader is now rolling out to PowerPoint for the web, OneDrive, SharePoint, and MakeCode.
Last year, Microsoft launched its global initiative aimed at digital skills learning. Since then, it has trained over 30.7 million people in new skills.
Microsoft 365 customers who opt-in to First Release can now test the ability to export Word documents to PowerPoint presentations on the web.
Microsoft announced the general availability of PowerPoint Presenter Coach across all supported platforms: Web, Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android.
Mary Jo Foley, Paul Thurrott, and Brad Sams join Microsoft's Stephen Rose to recap the announcements from Ignite 2021.
Today, Corel announced the immediate availability of CorelDRAW Graphics Suite 2021, which adds native M1 support and many new collaboration features.
Mary Jo and I joined Microsoft hosts Dona Sarkar and Seth Juarez---and Microsoft CVP of Developer Relations Jeff Sandquist---this week during a special event at Ignite.
Microsoft has quietly ported its unified Office app to the iPad, one year to the week after it was released for the iPhone. What took so long?
Microsoft this week announced the immediate availability of two new Power Apps for Teams, Bulletins and Milestones.
Microsoft Word for Windows is picking up a major improvement to its dark mode implementation: Soon, the writing canvas will be dark as well.
At a virtual event today, Microsoft announced a new initiative called Viva, an Employee Experience Platform (EXP) for the new way of doing work.
Microsoft is making sweeping updates to its productivity apps on mobile, including Outlook, Teams, the previously-announced Microsoft Lens.
Microsoft revealed today that it has rebranded Office Lens mobile app to Microsoft Lens and has created a restyled icon.
At a company-wide all-hands meeting, Microsoft executives touted the success of Teams in education while bemoaning the success of Chromebooks.
But the software giant didn’t mention Windows 10X at all, leading to some understandable speculation about the timing of that release.
Last week, I explained how I managed my work-related documents and other files. This week, I’m thinking about something even more important.
Microsoft enthusiasts have had a lot to complain about over the past several years. But it looks like the firm may finally address two of the bigger issues.
It’s that time of the year, so here’s a quick rundown of the top 10 articles on Thurrott.com that were written in 2020 based on engagement. Drum roll, please...
Microsoft announced today that it has released new versions of many Microsoft 365 for Mac apps that run natively on new M1-based Macs.
In the wake of adding native Microsoft Office editing capabilities to its Workspace services, Google is adding this capability to attachments in Gmail.
Microsoft has a new holiday commercial for 2020 that is full of dogs but no cats.
In 2018, I reexamined the way I managed email across several different accounts. Two years later, I’m ready to change it all yet again.
Salesforce announced today that it will acquire struggling Slack for $27.7 billion in a bid to turn around the flailing maker of a chat-based productivity app.
Last week, Microsoft 365’s Productivity Score functionality came under fire from privacy advocates who warned that the feature could be used to fire employees.
Microsoft Teams is getting multiple enhancements to Teams Calling, key among them support for Apple CarPlay.
Well, this doesn’t happen very often: Microsoft 365 Business Premium is now on sale for 25 percent off for small and medium-sized businesses.