4 New Office 365 Tools You Need To Know

by | Jan 15, 2018 | Office

Yet again, Microsoft has released new AI-based features for Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, and more! This is a continuing trend since the launch of the Microsoft AI and Research Group in 2016. If your business is subscribed to Office 365, this article will acquaint you with the newest features!

Automatically Uncover Trends in Excel Data

Finding useful information lurking in massive tables of jumbled numbers and data can be quite a headache. Not with Insights Preview! This feature uses machine learning to analyze Excel data and highlight patterns. It also creates visualizations to make information easier to locate and digest.

Search Text Within Images

Any printed words in images uploaded to SharePoint and OneDrive are now automatically detected, extracted, and made searchable. This is thanks to Office 365’s Intelligent Search feature. The feature makes it possible to find screenshots, receipts, and business cards based on the text they contain.

Understand Company Jargon with Acronyms

Microsoft Word’s new Acronyms feature will help users understand workplace-specific acronyms. This feature uses machine learning to analyze your employees’ vernacular and automatically create a useful glossary of terms.

Improve collaboration with the Whiteboard Preview App

This real-time digital canvas makes interactions between team members easier, whether they’re working on a conference room screen or across different devices and locations. The app is equipped with freehand drawing tools, geometry recognition, data illustration tools, and more to improve both business and creative projects.

As Microsoft gears itself toward making AI accessible to every user and organization, we are excited to see more smart features rolling out in Office 365 products in the near future.

But how can these upgrades transform your business? Can it save time and cut costs? There’s no better way to understand these updates than to chat with our team of IT professionals. Give us a call to learn more or to set up the new Office 365 in your workplace today!

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