In addition to continuously improving the productivity tools of Office and Microsoft 365, Microsoft continues to improve the overall user experience. In November, Microsoft has updated outlook.com, OneNote 2016, Excel, Forms and many other tools.
Web-side Outlook.com integrates Sticky Notes
Soon users can access the existing List of Sticky Notes directly over the network, and in next month’s update, users will be allowed to create, edit, and delete actions on the web side.
Introducing a darker Dark mode for OneNote 2016
For those who want more advanced options, Microsoft has introduced The Dark mode for OneNote 2016 users. This feature is especially useful in darker situations because darker topics will help reduce eye fatigue and make things easier to see.
Excel introduces new shared sheet view
Microsoft has also introduced its new worksheet view into Excel, allowing collaborators to customize their charts without making any changes to others. The new viewing mode will allow users to filter data and classify it as their needs, and they will be able to choose to enable changes for themselves or all users in the coming weeks.
Allows you to add content by uploading files in the Forms question
In Forms, users can now choose to allow respondents to upload files to their forms, allowing them to provide additional information about the original issue. Users can easily choose to add file uploads from the drop-down menu, and the uploaded documents will appear in folders created in OneDrive or SharePoint.
The new Productivity Score
In addition to providing enhancements to your company’s core Office applications, it brings additional features to Microsoft 365 customers. Productivity Score is available in the new release to provide insights to improve the employee experience, Microsoft Cloud App Security and Azure Threat Advanced for senior CUSTOMERS of the U.S. Government’s GCC Protection, and the new Microsoft Endpoint Manager, which combines Microsoft Intune and Microsoft System features. It also brings new features directly to Windows 10, such as New Windows Search in Explorer, Cloud Clipboard, Third-Party Assistant Support, and more.