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Here's why you should use Office on iPad

Here’s why you should use Office for iPad

Aaron Wilson is a senior program manager on the Office for iPad team. Hi all – I want to let you know that our whole team is excited to see how much people enjoy using the Office for iPad apps. Our goal was to create an experience that allows people to get things done in an intuitively familiar way on the iPad. We spent a lot of time polishing experiences…


Office for iPad: A conversation starter

Hello from the Office for iPad® engineering team! In the first week since launch we’ve seen over 12 million app downloads and heard a lot of valuable feedback. We’re already incorporating that feedback into future updates, and starting today we’d like to invite all of you into a deeper ongoing conversation about the product.

The Garage Series for Office 365: Cross-platform Office experiences update – featuring Office for iPad

On this week’s show hosts Jeremy Chapman and Michael Atalla look at the array of Office experiences across platforms – including the recently released Office for iPad and OneNote for Mac. Watch as they discuss the core tenants for designing great experiences for screens of all sizes – ranging from the 82″ Perceptive Pixel display all the way down to a 1.5″ Android smart watch receiving Lync video calls. <embed…


OneNote for iPad update: iOS 7 and Office Lens

Last week, we released a new update to OneNote for iPad. We’ve made it more beautiful, easier to use, and smarter. And for the first time, you can use OneNote alongside its sister Office apps on iPad, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. OneNote for iPad can be downloaded for free from the App Store. Or, if you already have OneNote installed on your iPad, get the latest update by navigating…


Update on InfoPath and SharePoint Forms

Editor’s Note: As part of the update shared around the Evolution of SharePoint and the next SharePoint Server on-premises release, we are also updating the timelines for removal of InfoPath Forms Services components of SharePoint and SharePoint Online. Specifically, InfoPath Forms Services will be included in the next on-premises release of SharePoint Server 2016, as well as being fully supported in Office 365 until further notice. Customers will be able to confidently migrate to SharePoint Server 2016 knowing that their InfoPath…