Customize Excel and track notes in Outlook with Microsoft Office 365

Here’s what’s new to Microsoft Office 365 in November

Microsoft announced  Microsoft Office 365 innovations designed to put artificial intelligence (AI) and automation technologies to work for you. Microsoft continue to innovate across the Microsoft Office 365 experience. So our customers always have the best tools to navigate an increasingly distributed and fast-paced world. But to succeed at work today, organizations need more than great tools. They need to foster a culture of learning where their people can continue to develop essential skills. This month Microsoft introduced The Art of Teamwork toolkit. An interactive curriculum that uses the five attributes.The world’s most successful teams to help your team create and foster healthy team dynamics. We hope you’ll use it—and future educational support coming your way in 2020—to help your organization continue to succeed.

New features for personal productivity and collaboration

App updates to give you more choice and help you stay in the flow of work across devices and apps.

Keep track of Sticky Notes in Outlook on the web—Sticky Notes allows you to capture ideas, notes, and important info across the apps you already use. Now you can conveniently view, edit, and create notes directly in Outlook for the web, making it easier than ever to keep track of your notes as you go through email. Sticky Notes in Outlook for the web will begin rolling out next month to all users.

Switch to a darker OneNote canvas with Dark Mode—From complex travel schedules to killer meal plans, OneNote is like a second brain to help you track it all. So it should look the way you want. We’re excited to announce that a Dark Mode option is now rolling out for OneNote 2016. Using Dark Mode helps make both the product and your notes more legible, and can improve readability in low light environments, provide better contrast, and reduce eye strain. Dark Mode is available for all Office 365 subscribers and non-volume licensing Office 2019 customers.

Also, in response to feedback over the past year, we’re pleased to announce that we’re continuing mainstream support for OneNote 2016 beyond October 2020—so you can continue using the version of OneNote that works best for you.

Collaborate without disrupting a shared workbook with Sheet View

Microsoft announced Sheet View in Excel. A new way of letting users create customized views without disrupting others, so collaboration is seamless. Sheet View allows users to sort and filter the data they need. Then select an option to make those changes visible just to themselves or to everyone working in the document. Once selecting to make changes just for yourself. That filter and sort will not affect other collaborators’ view of the workbook. All your cell level edits propagate through the file regardless of your view. So you can make all your edits right in your personal Sheet View. Sheet View is rolling out to all users using Excel on the web over the next few weeks.

Upload files to Forms questions for added context

Sometimes you’d like respondents to a form to upload or attach files. To provide important information or context when answering questions. Now Microsoft Forms enables you to allow users to include file uploads. With this new feature, you can easily create a resume collection form, a claim form, or a photography competition form. To get started, click the drop-down menu to add advanced question types and select File upload. Once you successfully add a file upload question, a folder will be automatically created in your OneDrive or SharePoint.

For Microsoft office 365 product activation and Installation assistance visit our website at www.office.com/setup office.com/setup . Redeem your product key at office.com/setup.

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