Anyone who currently uses Microsoft Office 365 (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook and OneDrive) might have received a notification come up when opening one of the Microsoft Office programs in the last week or so that Office 365 is now Microsoft 365.
If you click on Tell me more, you will be redirected to the Office 365 is now Microsoft 365 website page that lets you know what new features you will soon be receiving.
Otherwise, you can click Got it to dismiss the notification and it should not appear again.
What’s New in Microsoft 365
Firstly, you still have access to all the normal Microsoft Office apps
But you also get these extra features with your subscription.
Smart Assistance – Get helpful design and writing suggestions to polish your work in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Premium Templates – Bring your ideas to life with access to our growing collection of templates, stock photos, fonts, and icons.
Money in Excel – Import your financial transactions into Excel so you can view, organize, and get personalized insights on your finances in one place.
Microsoft Editor – Write more clearly and accurately across the web, including on most social media sites, with your intelligent writing assistant.
Expanded technical support – Now get ongoing technical support for Windows 10 via chat or phone, plus all the apps included in your subscription.
Microsoft Teams – The all-in-one app to chat and plan with family and friends.
Microsoft Family Safety – Protect what matters most across the real and digital worlds.
Some of the above features are coming soon but exciting times plus making the Microsoft 365 subscription even better value.
Go to the Office 365 is now Microsoft 365 website page to find out more about these features.