Microsoft began rolling out Project Moca feature updates to all Microsoft 365 subscribers.

Earlier this year,media reported that Microsoft was developing a new Outlook-based collaboration tool. It was developed under the code name Project Moca to streamline workflows to help teams better manage projects. Users can bring together files, task target notes, links, contacts, emails, and related arrangements from OneDrive and other cloud storage providers to easily see what’s taking place with team transactions on one page.

Microsoft began rolling out Project Moca feature updates to all Microsoft 365 subscribers.

(From: Microsoft)

Now, Microsoft has started pushing Project Moca service previews to all Microsoft 365 subscribers, including general consumption, educating customers, and some commercial customers. Interested friends can be enabled on Outlook Web Experience.

When you get started, users can choose to create their own brand new Project Moca space (click “Bucket” to create drawers and add content), or use out-of-the-box templates.

Either way, you can highly customize, organize, and move related transactions so that everyone can find the best way to work for them. For example, track the progress of specific work goals, or set due date reminders for anything marked on space.

Microsoft began rolling out Project Moca feature updates to all Microsoft 365 subscribers.

Once tasks are created and tracking turned on, users can synchronize across platforms through their Microsoft 365 accounts and view/manage in Outlook, Microsoft To Do, or Teams.

To track specific files, Project Moca also supports the introduction of PowerPoint slides, Word documents, and Excel spreadsheets from OneDrive cloud drives.

Of course, you can also quickly compose a note and sync it on the Project Moca page, or add e-mail and related transactions to the active pane.