Outlook Clutter EOL

In July 2016 Microsoft announced that Focused Inbox, a new feature in Outlook that helps you cut through the noise of email to focus on what matters most, would be coming to Office 365 customers. With Focused Inbox now rolled out, Microsoft has shared more about their plans for Clutter.  As they mentioned in July, Focused Inbox is the long-term replacement … Read More

Office Now Saving By Default To OneDrive

To protect against device loss or damage and to provide anywhere access to files, we recommend storing them in Office 365. Last June Microsoft announced Known Folder Move (KFM) in OneDrive for customers on Windows 7, 8.1 and Windows 10. Known Folder Move provides an easy way to redirect your desktop documents and folders to OneDrive, making OneDrive the default location for … Read More

Microsoft Outlook For Mobile Changes

Microsoft will soon be rolling out a new Outlook for iOS and Android capability that helps protect sensitive company information by reducing the risk of inadvertently sending email to recipients outside your organisation. Outlook mobile will clearly alert you when an external recipient is in the email address list when composing or replying to email messages. This capability will be … Read More

Microsoft Office 365 arrives on App Store

Microsoft Office 365 has arrived on Apple’s App Store making it easier for Mac users to get hold of the productivity suite. Rather than heading to the Microsoft official website to download the software, you can do so from within the App Store and there’s no longer any need to create a Microsoft account to purchase a subscription because this can … Read More

Office 2019 – Everything You Need To Know!

Are you eagerly anticipating the release of Microsoft Office 2019? You are not alone. Plenty of others are waiting with bated breath to see what sorts of features will be packed into this brand-new version. As expected, Microsoft has remained pretty tight-lipped about what we can expect to see in regards to Office 2019 features. Despite Microsoft keeping their cards pretty close … Read More