Microsoft discontinued its two popular products, Office 2010 for Windows and Office 2016 for Mac. An official announcement says that the software has today received their final updates, and won't get them any longer.
Microsoft has revealed which features the company has added to OneDrive, its cloud storage and sync service. The announcement mentions the roadmap entries implemented in August, as well as a few changes made to online Office apps.
Microsoft has updated the Office UWP app that is available for Windows 10 users via the Store with a new vertical layout. The feature is already rolling out to Insiders, so there is a chance that you will get it soon.
Microsoft is building a new foundational layer on top of SharePoint, the Office 365 substrate, Azure, Microsoft's machine-learning infrastructure in order to improve users' experiences when using its productivity cloud.
If you remember, Microsoft, when announced its Office app rebranding, had also mentioned new data types for Excel. This has finally happened. The company today announced 100 new data types available in Microsoft Office Excel, starting in version 2007 (Build 13029.20006), currently in BETA for Windows and in the Fast Ring on macOS.
Microsoft has updated the Slow Ring of Office on macOS, bringing a number of new features to Insiders, including a new for Excel sheets, animated GIF support in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and several other new features.
Microsoft's online Office suite hosted on Office.com is getting a new appearance. A redesigned home page is gradually becomes available to users, including business users that already see the change.
If you remember, Money in Excel is a feature that Microsoft announced earlier in March. Now is it available to Microsoft 365 Personal and Family subscribers, but currently in the U.S. only.
Microsoft has published a new app in the Store, named Microsoft Office Outlook Desktop Integration. It extends the modern sharing functionality of Windows 10 to the Office's Outlook app.
Microsoft today announced that the company has rebranded some of its Office products, previously known as Office 365 Personal and Home, to Microsoft 365 Personal and Microsoft 365 Family, respectively. The new branding will be rolled out on April 21, 2020.