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From expanded live captioning and transcripts to prepare for Windows 11—here’s what’s new in Microsoft 365

This month, we’re announcing enhanced captioning in Microsoft Teams meetings, co-authoring in encrypted documents, expanded Microsoft Endpoint Manager capabilities, and more.

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From Microsoft Teams to Fluid Framework—here’s what’s new and coming soon to Microsoft 365

At Build this week, we’re announcing many new capabilities that you can use to make your apps more integrated, powerful, and intuitive.

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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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The new Microsoft Project rolls out to customers worldwide

Using the power of Microsoft 365—the world’s productivity cloud—the new Microsoft Project is designed to be both simple and powerful, so anyone can get started quickly and take control of any project right away.

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A new vision for modern work management with Microsoft Project

Announcing the next generation of Microsoft Project—empowering teams to work the way they want while enabling organizations to get the results they need.

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Introducing new ways to work in Microsoft Project

With agile in Project, you can choose the methodology that makes sense for your project, while integration with Planner lets you connect Project tasks to a Planner plan.

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Create and manage up to 30,000 projects in Project Online

Project Online now allows you to create and manage up to 30,000 projects—six times as many as before. We’re also adding more project sites and introducing performance enhancements that help you find the project data you need faster.

Project updates at Ignite 2016

Learn about Project news and announcements at Ignite 2016; sessions are now available online.

Announcing the availability of Office 365 Project Time Reporter

The Office 365 Project Time Reporter iOS app announced last fall is now available in the Apple Store. This app enables team members to submit timesheets and report progress on tasks tracked in Project Online.

Project Server 2016—born in the cloud

We’re pleased to announce general availability of Project Server 2016, which provides significant project and portfolio management (PPM) value to our on-premises customers.

New Office 365 Project Portfolio Dashboard apps are live

The Project Portfolio Dashboard apps announced last fall are now available in the Apple and Office app stores! These apps come pre-configured with powerful dashboards allowing business leaders, portfolio managers and project managers to gain insights into areas such as resource utilization, project portfolio performance, costs, active risks/issues and key milestones.

Project Server 2016 RTM is now available

Today marks Release to Manufacturing (RTM) of Project Server 2016, an important milestone in the delivery of a comprehensive project and portfolio management (PPM) on-premises solution.

3 new enhancements to Project Online

Stay informed with email notifications, reference projects by ID and take advantage of the increased custom field limits for reporting.