Here's what's new for Microsoft 365 in April

Microsoft today published its monthly recap of features added to Microsoft 365, its subscription offering that includes Office 365, Windows 10, and Enterprise Mobility + Security. As usual though, April's recap focuses on Office 365.

First of all, there are the new security features that were announced today. These include compliance features, Multi-Geo Capabilities that let you decide where content is stored, and Security Policy Advisor. Also, Azure AD Password Protection is now generally available.

As was announced early in the month, Microsoft Kaizala is now available to all Office 365 business customers. The plan is to integrate it into Teams in the next 12-18 months, and the app is meant to let you connect with groups outside of your company.

PowerPoint got multi-language support in the Editor. You'll now be able to use multiple languages on the same slide at once, and everything will just work, such as the spell checker, grammar checker, and so on.

There are some additional minor updates, such as a new mini toolbar in OneNote that will show up when you highlight text. When you insert an icon in Office, there are now almost 350 to choose from. Finally, Microsoft has released new 3D guidelines for Office 365.

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