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Microsoft released a new build to the Offie Insiders for Android. The latest preview build 16.0.13029.20006 adds a number of new features to Outlook. The new features include week numbers in all your calendar views, insert an online meeting link to your meetings, a new formatting toolbar, and contact suggestions from Managed and Personal accounts.


To know more about the features of Outlook for Android, as part of the new Office Insiders Preview Build 16.0.13029.20006, continue reading further.

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Smart Save Reminders is a new feature added to Microsoft Word application, that will remind you to save your new unsaved documents to avoid losing the work. This feature uses machine learning to determine when to remind you to save your documents.


Microsoft 365 subscribers already have an AutoSave feature for office apps, but for the other users, it's going to be a good alternative to get a reminder to save the work.

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Back in 2016, Microsoft announced the '@' mentions feature in Microsoft Outlook which allows you to get someone's attention in the body of the email message or a meeting invite very easily. Now the company added an option to disable mentions in Outlook.


If you don't like this feature and would like to disable '@' mentions in Microsoft Outlook, follow the simple mentioned steps below.

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Just like Windows 10, there also exists an Insider Program for Office 365 subscribers to get early access to the new features and improvements, which will eventually come to the next public release build of the product. This program is available as "Insider Fast" and "Insider Slow" rings.


In this quick tip, we will learn how to change the Office Insider release branch using a Registry hack. Continue to read further on it.

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