Microsoft announced two major feature updates for Outlook for Mac today, support for add-ins and, on new MacBook Pros, the Touch Bar.
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While I've often touted Microsoft Outlook for Android (and iPhone), it's fair to say that this mobile app, while great, has a few troubling limitations. The good news? They're working on it.
Microsoft today announced that it has released six free new video training courses covering Office basics. They're available as part of the Office Training Center.
Microsoft announced today that it is adding support for Google Calendar and Contacts to Outlook 2016 for Mac.
Microsoft today highlighted the updates it is providing across various Office 365 products and services this month.
OneNote for Windows 10 received a fairly major update today with several new features, including section password support, notebook reordering, and more.
Microsoft's new Email Insights app for Windows 10 promises faster, more relevant email searches than what's possible today in Microsoft Outlook 2016 or Gmail.
Microsoft has expanded the testing of Focused Inbox for the Mail app in Windows 10, indicating that this feature will debut with or around the Creators Update.
Microsoft recently upgraded Outlook Mobile for iOS with add-in capabilities for email. Here's how it works.
Back in October, Microsoft said it that it would support the Touch Bar in the new MacBook Pro in Office for Mac. This month, that support is appearing for the first time.
This week, Microsoft announced add-ins for Outlook Mobile, starting on iOS. This is an important step for Outlook Mobile and for mobile productivity apps in general.
Microsoft today announced the two-year anniversary of Outlook Mobile for Android and iOS. And starting today, the iOS version is gaining a new add-ins capability.
What if you created an apps platform and no one built any apps? That is the problem that Microsoft faces with the Universal Windows Platform (UWP).
Microsoft often speaks about the "transformation" that it is undergoing in its transition to the cloud. But I sometimes wonder if Office will be left behind in this transition.
It's a new year and a new month of updates for the many products and services that make up Microsoft's Office 365.