Microsoft’s Office 2016 for Mac preview is full of new features. The refreshed design is also more inline with current design trends. The major changes were made to Word. It now has scrolling performance improvements, better support for keyboard shortcuts and better VoiceOver. Word has also added a search feature that allows users to find document templates online. Outlook got performance update but nothing on the refresh look of the rest of the Office. Exchange accounts are easier to use. A new feature to the Mac Office called “Propose New Time” is an old favorite on the PC size. “Propose New Time” allows meeting attendees to arrange a new time with organizers. Office 2016 for Mac is currently in beta testing, and it’s available for free to all Mac users running OS X Yosemite. Microsoft plans to launch the software during the second half of 2015, at which point it will begin charging for it.
Create, collaborate, and effectively present your ideas. The new PowerPoint for Mac brings new slide transitions, an improved Animations task pane, and an improved coauthoring experience, including threaded comments alongside your slides and the ability to visually compare version conflicts and confidently choose the right one to keep. Harness your thoughts in your very own digital notebook. Whether you are at home, on the go, or in the office, OneNote allows you to take your notes wherever you go while sharing and collaborating with others. Enjoy an Outlook mail experience that’s fast and looks great. New features in Outlook include Online Archive support, category list sync, weather in calendar, apps for Office, and side-by-side calendar. You can download Office 2016 Preview over >> Here.