New features in Office 365

New features in Office 365

Hands free typing

Use your voice to create documents, presentations, and emails by simply dictating. No need to type!

Dictate is one of the Office Intelligent Services, bringing the power of the cloud to Office apps to help save you time and produce better results.

Your speech utterances will be sent to Microsoft to provide you with this service, and may also be used to improve speech recognition services. For more information see, What are Intelligent Services?

Office Dictate is not HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) compliant.

New In: Word, PowerPoint, & Outlook

Ink Editor

With a single stroke of your pen, split or join words, add a new line, or insert words. It’s that easy!
With a single stroke of your pen, split or join words, add a new line, or insert words. It’s that easy!
Your finger or a digital pen gives you freedom from a keypad when you’re working on a touch device. In addition to drawing, writing and highlighting, Ink Editor lets you use natural gestures like circling to select and crossing out to delete.
New in: Word

View three time zones

Need to schedule a meeting across time zones? Add multiple time zones to your calendar to easily see everyone’s availability and pick a time that works for all.
Need to schedule a meeting across time zones? Add multiple time zones to your calendar to easily see everyone’s availability and pick a time that works for all.
At any time, you can change the time zone in Outlook so that it matches your current geographic location. Changing the time zone in Outlook is the same as changing it in the Windows Control Panel, and the change is reflected in the time displays in all other Microsoft Windows-based programs.
New in: Outlook

Calendar sharing made easy

We heard you! Sharing your calendars is simpler and calendars shared from Outlook Desktop are now also available in Outlook Mobile. Stay productive and remain timely in the office and on the go!
We heard you! Sharing your calendars is simpler and calendars shared from Outlook Desktop are now also available in Outlook Mobile. Stay productive and remain timely in the office and on the go!

If you have an Exchange, Office 365, or Outlook.com account, you can send a sharing invitation to other users so they can view your calendar in their own Calendar list.

Calendar sharing isn’t limited to the default¬†Calendar folder that is created in all Outlook profiles. You can create additional calendar folders and choose which of those folders to share. For example, you can create a calendar folder for a specific project and share it with your co-workers. Optionally, you can grant them permission to modify the events and appointments in the calendar.

New in: Outlook

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