Microsoft today detailed the new features and improvements that it delivered to Office 365 users this month. Key among them are the releases of Outlook Customer Manager and Microsoft To-Do.
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Microsoft announced today that Groups is starting to rollout via Outlook on Mac, iOS, and Android. This feature is already available on Windows and the web.
This week, Microsoft announced its May updates for Office 365, which include deeper Skype for Business integration and new Outlook and Visio capabilities. Additionally, the firm revealed a new Insider build of Office 2016 for Windows.
During the Build 2016 day 2 keynote address, Microsoft executive vice president Qi Lu talked up the Office developer opportunity, which is expanding as Microsoft moves into the cloud and mobile devices.
Microsoft has delivered a new Office Insider build for Office 2016 for Windows desktop, adding among other things a contrasty new Black theme.
Building off the success of its Windows Insider program, Microsoft today announced a similar program for Office, which focuses on Office 2016 for Windows.
To help customers get quickly up to speed on the new Office releases, Microsoft this week shipped sets of free Quick Start Guides for Office 2016.
Today marks the general availability of Office 2016 for Windows, a suite of desktop applications that pushes Microsoft's vision for PC-based productivity.
Microsoft will launch Office 2016 for Windows on September 22. Additionally, Microsoft has revealed how it plans to update Office in the future.
According to leaked Microsoft documents, the software giant will launch the Office 2016 suite for Windows on September 22, two months after the Mac version.
Windows 10 ships with a free OneNote mobile app, but anyone can get a more powerful OneNote desktop application for free. Which should you choose?
Microsoft has expanded the real-time collaboration functionality in Word 2016--part of the Office 2016 Preview--to include documents stored in OneDrive too.
One month after its initial release, Microsoft has shipped a major update to the Office 2016 Preview for Windows, adding a number of new features.
With the public preview of Office 2016 now available, I threw caution to the wind and uninstalled Office 2013 to check out the new version, which will be updated over time. Since I spend the most time in Word, I figured that was an obvious place to start. Of course, many of the more interesting […]