It is now about 96 new global markets, bringing the software to over 246 markets worldwide in 44 different languages and there is an integration of LinkedIn and Outlook services available to consumers globally as Microsoft rolls out new Office 365 updates.
According to a blog post by Kirk Koenigsbauer, Corporate Vice President, Office team, all over the world even in Antarctica and the Republic of Congo, users can now enjoy the benefits that comes with the new office App and the features added to help with the organization of all kinds of digital transformation.
Koenigsbauer said early this week that the company will provide translation tools which will be available in ‘Word’, thereby giving users a translation section of text or the entire documents and it can be reviewed or the result can be saved as a regular document. The office translator supports over 45 – 60 languages including 11 that use neural machine translation. “We continued to improve the intelligent services in Office 365 with a new set of cloud-powered features designed to save you time and produce better results,” Koenigsbauer also added in a blog post on Wednesday.
Office 365 commercial subscribers can now search for organizations across the globe, share current files with friends and colleagues, re-use slides, graphs, tables, from previous documents with a support from documents search in ‘Tell me’, and the word on iPad can now support new mobile tools that can enable contents to be viewed in optimised ways, tools such as ‘immersive reader ‘and ‘Read aloud’. Also Microsoft has made it easy for users to access the information needed while working on Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Meanwhile, the company also added in the announcement that LinkedIn will be integrated within Outlook.com which is now live, this feature allows email users to check profile pictures, work history, view insights, and lots more from within their inbox.