Microsoft released their monthly list of Office 365 improvements
Kirk Koenigsbauer writes “This month, we hosted more than 17,000 attendees at Microsoft Inspire, our annual conference for partners, where we announced Microsoft 365 and debuted three new business apps to help companies of all sizes empower their employees and unlock growth and innovation. We also introduced new features to help Office 365 subscribers create and connect more effectively. Read on for the details.”
Microsoft 365 – Bringing together Office 365, Windows 10 and Enterprise Mobility + Security.
New business apps in Office 365 Business Premium – Office 365 Business Premium got 3 new apps Microsoft Connections, Microsoft Listings, and Microsoft Invoicing. Microsoft is adding more CSM software to compete against Salesforce and other competitors.
PowerPoint Update – PowerPoint Designer got a new feature that lets you turn text into timelines in PowerPoint.
Support for 3D – Word, Excel, and PowerPoint all have 3D support added you can now add and edit 3D objects.
Read Aloud in Word – Microsoft continues their mission to better support education by moving Read Aloud to the Review tab. Read Aloud is the latest addition to the Learning Tools offered by Office 365.
Office 365 commercial customers got to extra added features
Outlook Update – Outlook on the web and Windows desktop now offer improved contact suggestions and profile pictures when composing an email. Plus a redesigned conversation view in Outlook for iOS.
StaffHub Update – StaffHub got a redesign to better support industries like manufacturing, retail, and healthcare.