On Microsoft’s Office 365 blog, you can find a compilation of all the new Office 365 features released in March:
- Real-time co-authoring is now available in Excel! This is big news for those who have been waiting…and waiting…for this collaboration functionality. Currently only available to Office Insiders, this update allows multiple users to edit and co-author spreadsheets simultaneously. No word on the timeline for the general release.
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- AutoSave is rolling out for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint on Windows desktops. This will also only be available to Officer Insiders for the time being.
- Microsoft Bookings is available worldwide. “Bookings makes it easy for small businesses to schedule and manage appointments with their customers, and we’ve introduced several new capabilities based on feedback from last year’s initial release to customers in the U.S. and Canada. Now you can connect your Office 365 calendar to Bookings, add buffer time between appointments, customize your Bookings page, and stay connected on the go with iOS and Android apps.” –Microsoft
- Visio now has better integrations with Excel and PowerPoint. You can now create Visio charts directly in Excel and export them as slides.
Click here to read more about the latest updates to Office 365, including Microsoft Teams, OneNote, and more.