Microsoft Office will see big changes soon.
Shortly, we will see new features that will enable sharing across Microsoft Office for easier collaboration.
Fluid reinvents Microsoft.
Microsoft Office team projects are about to get easier, especially for people who are visual workers.
Last year, Microsoft hinted at their new Fluid framework, which introduces cross-application and real-time sharing.
Firstly, we should see applications such as Teams, OneNote and Outlook all implementing the new changes.
Recently, Microsoft released a video giving us an in-depth look into the new features.
Traditionally, you would create a static table, graph or a list and then attach it to one specific document.
However, now they can be integrated across different applications dynamically, with the ability to share and collaborate.
This will be fantastic for working on projects with your team.
One such example, is that you can take meeting notes, copy them into your personal OneNote and you will see real-time edits.
This, coupled with the recent changes to Teams meetings, paves the way for creating very professional presentations.
It looks likely that the Whiteboard app will be the focus of Microsoft in the coming months. Features that are announced include a virtual laser pointer and reaction stickers.
This is just the beginning and we are sure there will be tweaks and more features to be announced.
Let us know in the comments if you are looking forward to the changes.
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