New Exciting Updates for Office 365

25 Apr 2017 | Sajin Sahadevan

I’m sure you’re excited about the updates so far and those upcoming to Office 365 in 2017. So far, these updates have provided features that help a lot of mid-sized to large enterprise organizations boost their digital productivity levels.

So, what’s new for this month? Good News! Microsoft has introduced To-Do (preview), Outlook Customer Manager (This looks promising!) and extended designer to Microsoft PowerPoint on Apple’s iPad. Additionally, Microsoft has released extra support for O365 Groups and apps have been introduced. Keep reading for more information:

Microsoft To-Do: Task Management to the next Level!

 

Microsoft To-Do

Source: blogs.office.com

I’m sure you read the Microsoft To-Do Announcement. It’s great to plan and manage your daily activities. Basically, it helps you to prioritize important tasks every day. You can also sync your Outlook tasks so all your to-dos are in a single page wherever you go and they’re accessible from your mobile devices. Microsoft To-Do is available for Windows Phones, iPhone and Android and as a Web App.

Outlook Customer Manager: Customer Enquiries made Easier!

 

Outlook Customer Manager

Source: blogs.office.com

Isn’t this something that you were looking for? Outlook Customer Manager helps every business to track and nurture their customer relationships without ever leaving Microsoft Outlook. With this application, you will effectively manage clients and future deals by adding auto-reminders regarding client enquiries, company info powered by Bing and Microsoft Flow integration capabilities. How do you get started? Go to your Outlook for iOS or Outlook for Web and access Outlook Customer Manager!

P.S: This feature is currently available only for O365 Business Premium Subscribers.

Extended Designer feature for MS PowerPoint on iPad!

 

Extended Designer in PowerPoint iPAd

Source: blogs.office.com

Tired of moving to your PC to work on PowerPoint Slides? Not anymore! Put your iPad to work with the extended designer feature. Now you can bring your PowerPoint slides with you on the go. Whether you’re traveling by metro, bus or air, you can stay productive with professional design features.

The Extended Designer feature was already available on Macs, Windows Tablets and Android Tablets.

Support of O365 Groups for various Office Apps

Microsoft has extended its support for O365 Groups to various Office apps. This is going to make things easier for you and your team to work efficiently.

So, what’s new?

  • Groups in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Groups in Microsoft Outlook for Mac, Android and iOS

Want to learn more? Contact the experts at Dock 365 Inc. to learn how all these tools can come together to make your business more productive than ever!

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