The last time that Microsoft updated their Office logos was in 2013, when probably most people haven’t any idea what selfie was. A lot has changed since then and of course it changed the way how users interact with Office apps. Nowadays, more than 1 billion people from different industries, geographies and generations use Office almost every day, from different platforms and devices. What led the Microsoft team to dedicate more time to the redesign of their Office icons.
Based on the suggestions and the feedback that the Microsoft team gets every day from the users and the Microsoft community they are always working to improve the features. Below you can see a selection to help you using the Microsoft Word.
There is no doubt that Office 365 will help your business and improve the productivity of your team. In the article below we explore 9 myths about moving to the cloud according to Microsoft. After reading them all you will see that is no hassle of adopting it.
If you use Office 365 you may have noticed a couple of different and new online applications beside the traditional ones, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. In this article we are going to review the most useful and valuable ones. All of them were designed to help in the collaboration process and make your life easier in the business context.
The Microsoft Office team have been listening to user feedback and have made some great improvements to Word. If you have an Office 365 subscription we should see these updates now in Word. The result is some very useful and helpful features so check them out below.
The new Microsoft app is an intelligent task management app to help you to manage your day. The main advantage of Microsoft To-Do is the fact that it is more personal and intuitive than others. It helps people to stay organised and get the most out of every day. The integration with Microsoft Office 365 means it an added bonus.
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