Microsoft today updated its Office suite of apps for macOS which adds a dark mode, compatibility with macOS Mojave, and adds support for Continuity Camera. If you are running macOS Mojave on your Mac, you will now be able to use Office apps like Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Outlook in Dark Mode.
Switching to Dark mode will not only make the UI elements dark but the icons inside the apps will also change accordingly for better readability.
With Continuity Camera support, you will be able to import photos from your iPhone to a PowerPoint presentation in just a few clicks. This integration is currently only available in PowerPoint, though it should make its way to other Office apps soon. There are also new proofreading tools in Powerpoint for smarter grammar and writing suggestions.
Microsoft Outlook is also getting a number of new features including the ability to turn off forwarding for a meeting, the ability to view who is coming for a meeting, Teams integration for online meetings, and an option to share your calendar with friends, families, and workers.
These changes will be rolling out to Office 365 subscribers from today itself with version 16.20.18120801. If you have not already updated, look for an update to get these new Office features right away.
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