All of the updates to the Microsoft 365 services can be found in your admin centre, but here is a summary of the important changes from the last week.
Outlook: Text Predictions
Outlook for Windows and Outlook for iOS will soon have text predictions, allowing you to write more efficiently by auto-completing your text.
This feature is already available in Outlook for the Web, but is now being added to Windows and iOS.
Teams: Presenter View
The presenter in a meeting will be able to see a presenter view during Teams presentation sharing within a meeting.
Once a PowerPoint file is selected for sharing, presenter view will open automatically. This will show the presenter the current slide, the slide notes, and a thumbnail strip of all of the slides in the desk for easy slide navigation.
Note: Presenter View only works in meetings that open in a separate window – you’ll need to enable the “new meeting experience” in Teams desktop app setting.
OneDrive: Dark Mode
A dark mode option is being introduced to OneDrive for the web. Dark mode is intended to reduce eye strain.
Teams: Multiple number dialing
If a contact has multiple numbers, a new dropdown menu will be available to allow you to select which number to dial.
Microsoft Forms: Text Formatting
A limited number of text formatting options are being added to Microsoft Forms, to help survey and quiz designers differentiate and emphasise content. These are bold, italic and underline.
For full details of these updates, and more, head to the Microsoft Message Center. Log in to your admin portal, and select Health, Message Center.
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