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One year in: 7 urgent trends for leaders in the shift to hybrid work

In April 2020—just a month into a global pandemic that triggered a worldwide move to remote work—my team and I shared early research on how work was changing. There was so much we didn’t know back then, but we did know there was no going back. As I said at the time, “This moment will change the way we work and connect with each other forever.”

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New apps and features in Microsoft 365 for individuals and families this fall

Since we introduced Microsoft 365 to individuals and families earlier this year, we have continued to deliver new innovations across our apps and services to help you and your family save time and stay connected. See what’s new below. Locate your loved ones and build better driving habits with Microsoft Family Safety Stay connected even…

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Microsoft Productivity Score and personalized experiences—here’s what’s new to Microsoft 365 in October

As I reflect on an action-packed few weeks, I’m struck by how much work has evolved in these past months. And I know our customers feel it too. After quickly moving to remote and hybrid work models this spring, organizations are now seeking sustainable ways to help people collaborate, be productive, and prioritize their wellbeing…

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Connect to your own data with more new data types in Excel

The evolution of Excel Excel is the ultimate decision-making tool. We’re amazed every day by the ways in which you, our customers, use Excel to make better decisions, leveraging the flexibility of the 2D grid and formulas to capture, analyze and collaborate on data. Up to this point, Excel has only had a couple base…

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Introducing Money in Excel, an easier way to manage your finances

Today, with the launch of Money in Excel, we are embarking on a journey to simplify your day-to-day money decisions to help you stay on track of your longer-term financial goals.

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Get Yammer in Teams and new features in Microsoft Edge—here’s what’s new to Microsoft 365 in April

In this world of remote everything, our customers are discovering so many new ways to work and learn online. We’re committed to shipping updates and improvements to our tools that help you stay connected, productive, and secure through the current crisis and beyond.

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Introducing the new Microsoft 365 Personal and Family subscriptions

The subscription service for your life to make the most of your time, connect, and protect the ones you love.

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Find what you need faster with XLOOKUP—now generally available

XLOOKUP in Excel is generally available to all users on Windows, Mac, and Excel on the web today!

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Empower Firstline Workers and supercharge search—here’s what’s new to Microsoft 365

Thanks to new technologies like AI and automation, we can build experiences across devices to connect organizations from the shop floor to the top floor.

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Customize Excel and track notes in Outlook—here’s what’s new to Microsoft 365 in November

We’ll continue to innovate across the Microsoft 365 experience, so our customers always have the best tools to navigate an increasingly distributed and fast-paced world.

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AI and Cortana in Microsoft 365 put people at the center

AI in Microsoft 365 is driving a significant shift in how people interact with Microsoft 365 applications.

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From new Microsoft Teams experiences to the all-new Project Cortex—here’s what’s coming soon to Microsoft 365

Today, at the Microsoft Ignite conference in Orlando, Florida, we announced new Microsoft 365 innovations. From new Microsoft Teams enhancements to the first new service we’ve launched since Teams, we have a lot to share with you!

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Microsoft 365 makes work and play more intuitive and natural with innovations in voice, digital ink, and touch

Last week we announced several new capabilities that bring new inking capabilities to our Office apps, including Inking in Slide Show while in PowerPoint on the web and Ink Replay to bring your presentations to life. Today, I’m excited to share our progress with you on a set of innovations to help people be more productive when away from their desk utilizing voice, digital pen, and touch across Office 365 and our Surface devices.