Back in the fall of 2017, Microsoft released the Windows Flight Hub. This is a quick dashboard to reference when trying to sort out the many different Windows Insiders build numbers and what is the latest preview release in the Fast, Slow, Server, IoT, ISO and SDK rings.
Each build is called a flight and is associated to one or more editions of Windows 10.
This past week updates for Office 2016 started to roll out. Let’s take a look at some of the new features.
New ink effects – Easily express your ideas with flair using metallic pens and ink effects like rainbow, galaxy, lava, ocean, gold, silver and more.
New Dubai font.
Insert 3D models.
While you were away – shows you who edited your shared document since your last visit.
Saves for you – Changes are automatically saved when your document is stored in the cloud (much like the mobile versions of Office apps). You can also see others’ updates in seconds.
Once you start saving your document to OneDrive, you will see your AutoSave feature enabled.
While AutoSave is enabled your work will automatically be saved, similar to the Office mobile apps.
If you’re not already saving your work to the Cloud (OneDrive or another) then you should seriously consider doing this. It provides a better experience and also peace of mind that your content is backed up to the cloud and accessible from just about any device.
Came across a great article today about the quiet crisis that is unfolding in software development. Being a software developer myself I almost 99% agree with this article and see it day in and day out. Hopefully things in our industry change.
Anyway enjoy the read!