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Microsoft 365 has been bumped to Build 15726.20202. It doesn't bring flashy new features, but resolves some issues in OneNote and Word. There are also a bunch of important security updates.
Our latest edition of Microsoft Weekly unpacks everything that you may have missed from the Microsoft-verse in the past few days including new Windows features, bugs, and some OneNote updates.
Microsoft now offers two OneNote apps in the Microsoft Store with exactly the same name, as if the existing OneNote branding wasn't confusing enough on its own. There are also a few new features.
Microsoft has started rolling out an improved Quick Note experience on Windows 11 2022 Update. Users can now create notes with a single tap of a shortcut button on compatible Surface Pen models.
This was an absolutely jam-packed week in terms of Microsoft news. We have so much to uncover when it comes to Internet Explorer's return from the grave, Dev Channel builds, and some app leaks.
OneNote in the Office Insider program has received a new feature, allowing users to add notes using their voice. Dictation supports more than 50 languages and is now available on Windows and Web.
If you're an active OneNote user, you might want to have a look at the list of the top 10 features that people want in the app as soon as possible. Interestingly, much of the feedback is Mac-specific.
Microsoft 365 Apps are governed by Microsoft's Modern Lifecycle Policy, which means that they will lose support on certain older operating systems that will reach the end of ESU on January 10, 2023.
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Microsoft has shared another look at its upcoming unified OneNote app for Windows. The revamp will include new functionalities and Windows 11 design aesthetics such as Mica effect and rounded corners.
Version 2205 of Microsoft 365 Apps is now available in the Current Channel. It packs feature updates for Teams and Outlook, along with with a bunch of bug fixes for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and more.
Microsoft today announced a redesigned home page for OneNote on Android. It is now available for Office Insiders and offers easier ways to create, find, and work with notebooks and notes.
In this week's recap of everything that happened in the Microsoft-verse in the past few days, we have news related to a lot of Windows 11 leaks, a bunch of Teams upgrades, and some security insights.
Microsoft has announced a bunch of features that have started to roll out or will be rolling out soon to OneNote users on Teams and web. In tow is a new mode switcher and a better link sharing UX.
Microsoft is reportedly working on an all-new "Microsoft Loop" app, suggests a leaked screenshot. It appears to be some sort of workspace collaboration app but Microsoft hasn't confirmed it yet.
As yet another seven days have elapsed, it's time to recap the Microsoft news of the week. Catch up on the GA of Windows 365, the AoE IV closed beta, and more, via our handy overview.
Microsoft today announced that it will unify its OneNote apps by adding features to the desktop versions and eventually bringing it up to parity with the UWP version over the course of the year.
In celebration of Teacher Appreciation Day, Microsoft has highlighted a few more education-focused features coming to its apps - including OneNote, and Edge - in time for back to school.
Microsoft is increasingly bringing more Pinterest functionality into its products. The company is now allowing users to embed interactive Pinterest pins in OneNote and Word on the web.
Today, Microsoft announced that its main Office suite is available to run natively on ARM-powered Macs. There are also some other Microsoft 365 features for Mac being highlighted today.
Microsoft has gone over the updates made to the Microsoft 365 suite of apps this month. These include new Teams apps, new features for Edge, and a OneNote feed in Outlook on the web.
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Following its monthly tradition, Microsoft has detailed the improvements made to the Microsoft 365 suite of products in October, including the OneNote feed in Outlook and Forms on mobile.
Microsoft today announced that it is bringing support for the Immersive Reader accessibility tool to OneDrive and PowerPoint files. It is also adding 18 new neural text-to-speech languages.
Microsoft is notifying Mac users that the Microsoft 365 suite of productivity apps and Office 2019 for Mac will stop being supported on macOS 10.13 High Sierra and older from November 2020.
As announced back during Build, the ability to send items in a Collections list to OneNote is rolling out to Edge Canary and Dev branch users. The feature is currently not yet live for Beta users.
As promised last year, Microsoft has begun automatically installing OneNote for desktop along with the Office 365 suite of apps. The app no longer has the year branding and is called just 'OneNote'.
Microsoft is updating the OneNote for Android app with support for dark mode. Other improvements include inking enhancements, ability to drag and re-order sections, and a drag-to-sync feature.
Microsoft published its monthly OneDrive roadmap roundup today, and the noted new feature is that you can migrate local OneNote notebooks to OneDrive using Known Folder Move (KFM).
Microsoft has announced that a graphing mode is making its way to the Windows 10 Calculator app before the back to school season. The feature is now live for Windows Insiders in the Fast ring.
Microsoft has once again shared the changes it made to the Microsoft 365 suite of products over the past month. Many of the changes were mentioned at Ignite, like the new dark mode for OneNote 2016.
At its annual Ignite event, Microsoft showcased a wide range of cloud, productivity, and security announcements, everything from Office to Azure, and more. Be sure to catch up below.
In a session at its Ignite 2019 conference, Microsoft showed off its roadmap of new features for its OneNote app, also announcing a unified codebase for the desktop OneNote 2016 app.
With Microsoft's announcement this week that OneNote 2016 is being resurrected, the future of OneNote for Windows 10 is somewhat uncertain, but the UWP app is still being supported for now.
Microsoft announced today that it's bringing back OneNote 2016, and adding new features, but it's also now confirmed that the desktop application will once again be installed by default.
After Microsoft all but killed off OneNote 2016 a while back, it announced today that it's extending mainstream support for the product, and it will be adding new features like dark mode.
As usual, Microsoft has shared information about all the updates made to the Microsoft 365 suite of products in the past month, including a new look for To Do, new features for PowerPoint, and more.
In a new update that is currently rolling out, OneNote for Windows 10 will enable users to toggle between light and dark themes without diving into the Settings menu amongst other additions.
OneNote for iOS now lets you import details of your Outlook meeting including the date, location, agenda, topic, and attendees to the note-taking app. The update is up for grabs via the App Store.