- Microsoft rebrands Office 365 to Microsoft 365.
- The company also brings new features.
- New subscription plans incoming.
The very popular Office 365 is a cloud-based service by the tech giant Microsoft and it allows users to work as well as collaborate, the service has millions of users and now the company is all set to rebrand the same to Microsoft 365 and it will also come with new features as well as a subscription plans. So, without making any delay let’s dive into the article to check out the complete details of the rebranded version of the very popular Microsoft service.
With the new move, the company will offer Microsoft 365 Personal and Microsoft 365 Family subscriptions and the same will accommodate up to six members. The new subscription plans will continue to offer desktop Office apps, 1TB of OneDrive cloud storage per person, and 60 minutes Skype minutes and the same will also provide “advanced security features” and ongoing technical support. It will also offer new features and advancements to offer an amazing user experience.
The company will also offer an updated version of the Microsoft Editor which will have more than 20 languages and available via Microsoft Word, Outlook.com, and browser extension for Microsoft Edge as well as Google Chrome. Microsoft will utilize the artificial intelligence in the Microsoft Editor and the same will also offer features like spelling and grammar corrections and refinement suggestions and that includes acronyms, clarity, and formality in real-time and the same will be backed by the Grammarly.
Moreover, the company will also bring a Presenter Coach in the PowerPoint and the same help users to enhance the public speaking skills. It also updated the PowerPoint Designer and that includes 8,000 images, 175 looping videos from Getty Images, 300 new fonts, and 2,800 new icons.
With Microsoft 265, the company also updating the Excel and implements a Money in Excel solution and the same will help users easily import transactions and account balances and customize workbooks.
Outlook also on the Web to new levels and the same will allow to sync personal calendars. The company is also expanding its Play My Emails on Android and the same will offer a hands-free experience for checking new emails. Microsoft Search also gets natural language recognition on both Android and iOS.
The company also brings Microsoft Family Safety app and it is called a Digital wellbeing solution as it will allow users to monitor digital safety and screen time across Android, Windows, and Xbox. Finally, the company has announced Teams for consumers to allow individuals to stay connected with the personal and professional.
Talking about the pricing, Microsoft 365 Personal will be available for $6.99 a month, while Microsoft 365 Family will be priced at $9.99 a month.