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Microsoft updates Docs.com, drops the beta tag

A few days back, we took a closer look at Microsoft's Docs.com service that appears to be getting an overhaul ahead of a possible re-launch of the service. Between our first post and now, the company has updated the site further with a new header and also dropped the beta tag from the name.

The new header is the same one that you see across many of Microsoft's services including Outlook.com as it makes it easier to jump between the different products. Notably, Microsoft is saying that the site is no longer in beta and there have been a few other updates such as new buttons too.

If you head on over to docs.com, you can setup your account and play around with the tool. The website makes it very simple to share any document publicly but only works with Word, Excel, Sway, PowerPoint and PDFs.

The site allows you to obtain feedback about your documents and uses Disqus for commenting. There are options to embed the media in an external site and of course the standard options for sharing via a link on any social network. You can also see how many times a file was viewed and downloaded.

Thanks for the tip Ian S.

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