Microsoft 365

Showing posts with label Microsoft 365. Show all posts

The first beta preview build of Microsoft Office version 2201 is now rolling out to the Office Insiders who are in the Windows Beta Channel. Though this build doesn't include any new features but comes with a lot of fixes and improvements.

 

If you are an Office Insider in the Windows Beta Channel, and/or would like to know what has been fixed in Microsoft Office version 2201, build 14809.20000, here's the full official changelog.

Last month, Microsoft released the first build of Office version 2112 to the Office Insiders who are on the Windows Beta Channel (Fast Ring). Just like the first build of this version, this week Microsoft again released a new update for Office Insiders that came with no new features but fixes.

 

If you are an Office Insider in the Windows Beta Channel, and/or would like to know what has been fixed in Microsoft Office version 2112, build 14729.20038, here's the full official changelog.

During a Microsoft Teams meeting, users can currently pin the video feed of other participants to increase the size of the desired video on their own screen. This makes it always visible even when others are speaking.

 

Now, the company is planning to roll out a new feature that will help you to pin your own video on the stage in increased size. Microsoft says that this new feature will address a number of situations that the users face currently in Microsoft Teams.

Published by on under Microsoft 365 | Microsoft Teams

Microsoft released a new build to Microsoft Office users running version 2112. The new update comes as build 14712 and is currently rolling out to the Office Insiders in the Windows Beta Channel (Fast Ring). The latest version of Microsoft Office Build 14712.20000 adds a very useful feature to Microsoft PowerPoint.

 

It also adds some fixes and improvements to Office Suite, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Excel. For the complete official changelog, continue reading further.

Microsoft Office version 2112 has been released. The latest build 14706.20000 is now rolling out to the Office Insiders who have registered under the Windows Beta Channel (Fast Ring). Though there are no new features added to this build, Microsoft fixed several fixes.

 

If you are an Office Insider in the Windows Beta Channel, and/or would like to know what has been fixed in Microsoft Office version 2112, build 14706.20000, here's the full official changelog.

Published by on under Latest Microsoft Office Insiders Preview Build | Microsoft 365

Microsoft Teams is going to receive a new update this month that will enable users to un-mirror their video feeds in a call or Teams meeting. The new "Mirror my Video" feature will provide the user the option to flip the video and have the same view as the other users in the meeting.

 

By default, Microsoft Teams horizontally flips the camera feed for a presenter, but it remains un-mirrored for other participants. Now, by un-mirroring, it will enable the user to see the text in a video call correctly.

Published by on under Microsoft 365 | Microsoft Teams

Microsoft is bringing a new feature to Teams that will allow you to chat with other users using Microsoft Teams personal accounts. This will extend collaboration with team members outside the work network. You will need to invite any Teams user to chat using an email address or phone number and remain within the security and compliance policies of your organization.

 

The feature will soon roll out to Microsoft Teams for web, desktop, and mobile. Once it rolls out, your Teams admin need to enable this feature according to your organization's policies. Continue reading to know more about it and its availability.

Published by on under Microsoft 365 | Microsoft Teams

If you are using Microsoft Office version 2111, Microsoft released a new build (14630.20000) that improves the accessibility feature on the PowerPoint application. The latest build is now rolling out to Microsoft Office Insiders who are registered under the Windows Beta Channel.

 

Apart from this new improvement, the latest Microsoft Office build also adds other improvements and bug fixes. For a complete list of changes (official changelog), continue reading further.

If you are using Microsoft Office Version 2111, the company released a new build. The latest Microsoft Office build 14623.20002 is being rolled out to the Office Insiders who have registered under the Windows Beta Channel (Fast Ring).

 

In this week, though there are no new features in the latest Microsoft Office build, Microsoft tried to fix a few bugs which were part of earlier builds. Here is the list of new changes (official changelog) in the latest Microsoft Office Build 14623.20002.

Last week, Microsoft added Coauthoring Error Recovery Experience to Microsoft Office version 2111. The improvement was added to Microsoft Office build 14609.20000 and was released to Office Insiders who are in the Windows Beta Channel.

 

In this week, though there are no new features in the latest Microsoft Office build, Microsoft tried to fix a few bugs which were part of earlier builds. Here is the list of new changes (official changelog) in the latest Microsoft Office Build 14613.20000.

If you are using Microsoft Office Version 2111, the company released a new build. The latest Microsoft Office build 14609.20000 is being rolled out to the Office Insiders who have registered under the Windows Beta Channel. The latest Microsoft Office Version 2111 Build 14609.20000 comes with a new feature for Microsoft Word, that will improve the recovery experience.

 

The latest build also comes with few bug fixes and improvements to improve the entire Microsoft Office Suite. To learn more about the feature and the changes, continue reading the official changelog below.

Microsoft releases a new MS Office Version 2111 to the Office Insiders who have registered under the Windows Beta Channel. The latest Microsoft Office Version 2111 Build 14530.20000 comes with a new feature for the Microsoft Outlook client, that will allow you to update your photo in a different way.

 

The latest build also comes with few bug fixes and improvements to improve the entire Microsoft Office Suite. To learn more about the feature and the changes, continue reading the official changelog below.

If you are using Microsoft Office Version 2110, Microsoft released a new preview build 14527.20040. The latest build is rolling out to the Office Insiders who have registered their system under Windows Beta Channel (Fast Ring).

 

The latest Microsoft Office build under the Windows Beta Channel doesn't come with any new features, but it includes several improvements and bug fixes. Here is the complete official changelog, if you are interested in it.

Microsoft releases a new Office build to the Office Insiders who have registered under the Windows Beta Channel (Fast Ring). The latest Microsoft Office Version 2110 Build 14517.20000 comes with no new features but adds a ton of fixes for issues found in Word, Excel, Outlook, Project, and Office Suite.

 

If you would like to know what has been changed and fixed in the latest Microsoft Office Version 2110 Build 14517.20000, here is the full official changelog.

Last year, Microsoft confirmed that a new standalone version of Microsoft Office for both Windows and Mac will be released for the consumers in the second half of 2021. Earlier this year, the company added more information to it and announced Office 2021 LTSC for Windows and macOS.

 

And now the company cleared all the fogs and announced that Microsoft Office 2021 will be released on along with Windows 11. As that will come with a perpetual license, you won't need to pay any subscription charges other than a one-time purchase fee.

Published by on under Microsoft 365 | Microsoft Office 2021

Microsoft releases a new Office version to the Office Insiders in the Windows Beta Channel (Fast Ring). The latest Microsoft Office Version 2110 Build 14503.20002 adds a new feature to the Microsoft Outlook client. You can now use your voice to send an email and @mention people.

 

This build also adds Data Loss Prevention policy tips to Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Apart from these new features, Microsoft adds a bunch of fixes too. Here's the complete changelog.

Published by on under Latest Microsoft Office Insiders Preview Build | Microsoft 365

Back in May 2021, during the //BUILD/2021 event, Microsoft announced the ability for Microsoft Teams users to purchase any third-party Teams app subscriptions directly from the Teams app store. From within the store, users can view subscription plans offered and go through the checkout process to pay with a credit card.

 

This feature is soon going to roll out to the Microsoft Teams users and the tenant admin can enable or disable their users' ability to discover and install third-party applications that require third-party subscriptions.

Published by on under Microsoft 365 | Microsoft Teams

The OpenDocument format (ODF) 1.3 is now supported in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint alongside the Office Open XML (OOXML) format that uses file extensions such as .docx, .xlsx, and .pptx. The ODF 1.3 specification adds support for many features already supported by the OOXML format, and now these features can be saved by Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

 

With the latest Microsoft Office build 14420.20004 (version 2109) Microsoft previewed two new features to Office Insiders who are in the Windows Beta Channel. For more information on what has been changed (changelog), continue reading further.

Windows 11 Build 22000.168 is now rolling out to the Windows Insiders. The new build comes as “2021-08 Cumulative Update for Windows 11 for x64-based Systems (KB5005191)”, and is available to everyone in the Dev and Beta Channels.

 

In this new build, Microsoft introduced a new Microsoft 365 Widget which will bring relevant documents, news, and meeting recordings to the enterprise users. Excited about this build? Check to find more.

Published by on under Microsoft 365 | Microsoft Windows 11

In the last few Microsoft Office builds (version 2109), Microsoft added several new features that include a new Navigation pane, improved scrolling and search; WebP image support; and a new collaboration feature. Office Insiders who are in the Windows Beta Channel had already received those updates.

 

This week, Microsoft released another new build for Microsoft Office version 2109. In the latest Office build 14416.20006, you won't see any new features, but adds a list of fixes along with the fix for the auto-save bug. Here's the complete changelog.




External Publications (Outreach / Editorial)
Join Us