With the launch of the second Ignite Conference 2021 on Tuesday, Microsoft also took the opportunity to announce the latest changes to the Office Productivity Suite.To coincide with the transition to the hybrid office era, the software giant first introduced a new application called Loop, which is known to be dedicated to providing teams with new solutions for live collaboration, and then there is a cloud for Microsoft. Teams and other office applications. Experience improvement.
Data map (from:Office Official Website)
Context IQ brings prediction aids to Microsoft Editor:
As a new application of Microsoft AI technology, the first Microsoft Editor, Context IQ will benefit all Microsoft 365 applications.
Although it was originally used as a replacement for the popular grammar browser extension, it now has more powerful predictive capabilities.
With the blessing of Context IQ, when you need to share documents with colleagues, Microsoft Editor can suggest related files.
Or when you try to schedule a meeting in Outlook email, specify a time limit that is available to everyone.
Microsoft Editor provides users with the information they need in a variety of Microsoft 365 applications (including Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Teams), and these new contextualized suggestions take AI Assistants’ skills to a whole new level.
Video Editing App Joins the Clipchamp Office Family:
ClipChamp, a web-based video editing platform acquired by Microsoft in September, will fill a key gap in the company’s productivity environment.
Although currently Windows The 10/11 operating system already provides native applications such as “Photos”, but their video editing functionality is very limited.
Wangui McKelvy, General Manager, Microsoft 365, explained:
With the addition of Clipchamp, creators at all levels can quickly master the skills of creating, editing and sharing, and then easily share it with others.
Whether it’s advertising, virtual history courses or family video memoirs, Clipchamp can help you create beautiful and professional content.
PowerPoint introduces a new recording function:
Next year, PowerPoint users will be able to use the new “Recording Studio” to further enhance the appeal of their presentations.
This feature allows users to customize their background, interpret slides and select different views during recording.
According to the plan, the “recording studio” in PowerPoint will usually be available in early 2022.
Excel adds support for custom data types:
For a long time, Microsoft Excel only supported two data types: ‘text’ and ‘number’.
According to the plan, the API will be previewed later this month.
Converting Microsoft Office.com and Windows Office applications:
As shown in the image above, users can find a new “My Content” page in the left pane of Office.com.
Here, users can easily retrieve their affiliate resources across Microsoft teams, Outlook, OneDrive and SharePoint.
Finally, with the help of dozens of tools across Microsoft 365, the new version of the creation page will be easier to use.