November Insider Update for Office for Android brings exciting new features

Recently Microsoft has released an update for its Office Insiders for Android. The update numbered 16.0.7531.1002 is currently available from the Google Store and if you already have the app installed you are just an update away. The Office Insider is an exciting opportunity for Office users to check out new features, improvements and also give feedback regarding the same. Moving on, let’s check out what’s new in the 16.0.7531.1002.

November Insider Update for Office for Android

November Insider Update for Office for Android

Accessibility has been built right into the Office apps this means that the new app comes with improved support for TalkBack, Keyboard and also other related technology which will help you while editing and presenting the docs. On the storage front now you can enjoy more flexibility as Office has added support for Box and Egnyte. At this juncture, it is safe to say that Office is now integrated with almost all the major cloud storage services.

The update also allows you to turn the Excel data into maps with the Maps chart type which transform’s geographical data into professional-looking maps without much of a hassle, thus allowing users to easily spot the insights, trends and also opportunities. That said this feature is only available for folks with Office 365 subscription.

Eager to know who has shared your Office files and with whom? Well, fret not as the update brings in an improvised notification system that notifies users when the shared documents, workbooks, and presentations are being shared. Moreover, you can also add hyperlinks to the worksheets and make use of display text in order to make the things easier to read. In order to give out, your feedback just reaches out the to the left-hand navigation bar and click Feedback. Also, Word now comes baked in with a new feature that will let you see thumbnail previews while strolling and quickly search a page you want.

In order to give out, your feedback just reach out the to the left-hand navigation bar and click Feedback. Also, Word now comes baked in with a new feature that will let you see thumbnail previews while strolling and quickly search a page you want.

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Mahit Huilgol has been using Windows on Mobile since the Windows 6. Ever since than i have been following Microsoft developments from close quarters and love writing about it. Eagerly waiting for the time when Windows Phone will be the most preferred OS in the World.