Last month, Microsoft held a digital press-only event, with a focus on productivity, as the Redmond giant made numerous new announcements. However, the digital briefing was not available online until this week. Recently, the Microsoft 365 team has posted the complete Microsoft 365 & Microsoft Edge digital event on YouTube (via Thurrott), sharing the details of the new features.
In this roughly 30-minute long event video, Microsoft discussed various enhancements made in its productivity suite, ranging from Outlook, Office, Teams and more. Some major video highlights include the launch of Microsoft 365 Personal and Family, Microsoft Editor, PowerPoint Presenter and Designer, Money in Excel, and a new Family Safety App. Moreover, Microsoft also announced some new features for Microsoft Edge and Outlook, along with some new consumer-facing features to Teams. If you are interested to learn more about the new features, check out our in-depth review of Microsoft’s event.
In case you missed, Microsoft has already announced that all of its external and internal events will be digital-only through July 2021 amid coronavirus crises. This change also applies to the next year’s Build developer conference, which is scheduled to be held in May 2021. So, there is likely a lot more digital events like this one on the road ahead