Here's an update I didn't see coming: Microsoft has added Sway integration to the Photos app in Windows 10. This means you can now easily convert albums in Photos into interactive Sway stories with just one click.
Recent Office Sway Stories
Microsoft this week announced the February 2016 updates to Sway on the web and on Windows 10. The web-based Sway updates are available immediately, and the updates to the Sway app for Windows 10 will be "available soon."
Here's what else is happening today: A great use of Microsoft Sway, Microsoft's Band problem, getting Black Ops III on launch day, and Bond. James Bond.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced that it has taken Sway out of preview on the web, iPhone and iPad. Even more exciting, Sway is now available on Windows 10.
Today, Microsoft is releasing Sway for iPad and an updated Sway on iPhone. But a version for Windows 10 is coming this summer too, Microsoft says.
Microsoft’s experimental new Office solution, Office Sway, is apparently useful enough to warrant inclusion in Office 365: the software giant announced at its Ignite conference today that Sway will soon be included with Office 365 for business and education, and will support many more languages. Sway lets you “easily create interactive reports, presentations, lessons and […]
Stuck between an overly-long Azure presentation and the hype-worthy Windows segment during the Build 2015 keynote earlier this week, Microsoft’s Office announcements barely registered with many watching the event live or remotely. But don’t mistake this lack of publicity for a lack of news: What Microsoft revealed about Office during Build was in fact quite […]
Office Sway received a major update today that adds image Focus Points, Accent highlighting, interactive charts, and easier document embeds to Microsoft’s cloud-based app for dynamic, interactive web apps. The iPhone version of Sway—currently the only native client—was updated as well. Generally speaking, Microsoft’s Office group has been on a tear lately, releasing a steady […]
Office Sway just got a major update and now offers real-time editing and collaboration. This will allow students, co-workers and family members to work together on sways, much as they can on documents with traditional Office applications. If you’re not familiar with Office Sway, be sure to check out Mixing and Swaying with the Latest […]
While old-school productivity offerings like Word, Excel and PowerPoint are still very much core to the Office experience, Microsoft has really stretched the boundaries of what it means to be an Office app over the past year. And two of its most recent offerings—Office Mix and Office Sway—are interesting, forward-leaning examples of how authoring in […]