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From Windows 365 to Q&A in Microsoft Teams meetings—here’s what’s new in Microsoft 365

This month, we’re announcing the general availability of Windows 365 along with new capabilities across Teams, Yammer, Office, and more.

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Improve your presenting skills with additional platforms and new features for PowerPoint speaker coach

Updated on September 9, 2021: Presenter coach has been renamed to speaker coach in PowerPoint and Microsoft Teams. For more information, please see the Tech Community blog.  PowerPoint speaker coach now available on all platforms We love hearing feedback from our customers, and we’re excited to announce that PowerPoint speaker coach is now available on…

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Live Presentations is now generally available

PowerPoint Live Presentations enables more engaging and inclusive presentations with the power of AI. Earlier this year, we announced that Live Presentations was coming soon, and we are excited to share that it is now generally available on PowerPoint for the Web.

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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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Delivering online meetings and events

Microsoft Teams Meetings, Microsoft 365 live events, LinkedIn Live, and—coming soon—PowerPoint Live are all designed to help you create engaging, effective virtual gatherings. And we want to help you make the most of them.

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Improve collaboration across apps and customize experiences—here’s what’s new to Microsoft 365 in February

This month, we’re introducing capabilities to help teams collaborate on content more easily, interact with apps in more ways, and customize their productivity experiences.

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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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3 small business stories to celebrate National Entrepreneurship Month

How three inspiring entrepreneurs found success in today’s marketplace—plus helpful tips from their teams.

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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.

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New to Microsoft 365 in September—updates to Microsoft To Do, PowerPoint, OneNote, and more

This month, we’re introducing updates and features designed to help you collaborate more effectively, work more efficiently, and protect your data more proactively.

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Microsoft 365 improves web and desktop productivity with new features in Office that help people brainstorm, create, and present

With school back in session and work schedules ramping up, this time of year can be hectic. So it’s the perfect moment to highlight app updates and enhancements to help you work more productively—with the flexibility and mobility that modern life demands.

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New to Microsoft 365 in August—updates to Excel, PowerPoint, Yammer, and more

This month, we’re rolling out improvements to help you build a more productive, collaborative, and secure work environment for you and your organization.