What's New in Office 365 Until December 2017 – Apps, Updates, Release

The month of December is near to end, and Microsoft once again wrapped up the month with a new look in Office 365. What’s new in Office 365 in December 2017? There was a series of new apps, new updates, and the announcement of Microsoft 365 with the launch of new Version 1711 (Build 8730.2122) for Windows, Version 15.41 for Mac, Version 2.8 for iOS User, Build 16.0.8827.2054 for Android User & Version 17.8827 for Windows mobile user.

Once you become a Microsoft Office 365 subscriber, you regularly get updated with new MS Office 365 features. Take a look what's the new introduced in Office.

Latest Updates for Office 365 Windows Desktop User

In December the Latest Version updated is 1711 (Build 8730.2122) for Windows User.

Note: An Office 365 Insider must check out here to know What’s new for Office Insiders in December. Insiders are those who use the earliest possible builds to test and take out issues. After testing they provide feedback Microsoft, and they also risk them using unsupported builds. An unreleased newest version is provided to Insiders to perform testing. This article is not for Office Insiders. 

Let's know what’s new in Office 365.

Export Presentation to 4k Video:

Whenever you make a presentation on Office 365, all elements are saved within a presentation. This presentation is exported as a video, that is used to represent in PowerPoint. So want to know what’s new in Office 365 in December 2017. Look at this, now user can export the presentation to video with higher 4K resolution.

Digital Pen To Run Slide

Use of digital pen to advance slide in PowerPoint, you can slideshow your slides and animations by just clicking on digital pen. The only Wireless digital pen is supported i.e. they can be easily connected to the computer. It efficiently works within the range of 30 feet.

In other Office 365 Apps including Access, Word, Excel, Project, Outlook, and Visio not much improvement was done.

What's new in Office 365 For Mac User In December 2017

With the release of Version 15.41 for Mac user, no new features were added, with December update Microsoft only resolved few issues and done some improvements.

See what’s new in Office 365 Version 15.39. They improved Visual basic Editor i.e. Create/edit Macro using IntelliSense, VBA menus and much more in PowerPoint, Excel, and Word. Another new updated feature was the improvement in readability and accessing of email messages and invitation headers in MS Outlook Online.

Updates for Office 365 iOS User

Read on to see what’s new for iOS User with the release of Office 365 version 2.8. O365 subscription needed to avail this added feature.

Persistent Protection

Using this extended confident protection, a user can restrict the unauthorized user to print/edit/copy/view your sensitive data. Data can be documents, spreadsheet, and presentation. This new feature was updated in MS office 365 Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Latest Update For Android Office 365 User

December update for Android user, read what’s new in Office 365 Version Build 16.0.8827.2054.

PivotTable Refresh

Now you have the option to refresh PivotTables while working Excel Sheet, also user can sort and filter, data from there phone or tablet.

What’s new in Office 365 for Windows Mobile User

Read on to know what's new in the December update, Version 17.8827 for Windows Mobile User.

PivotTable Refresh Option

The new feature introduced for Android and Windows mobile is same i.e. sorting, filtering, refreshing data from mobiles.

Final Verdict

The best thing is that being an Office 365 subscriber, you regularly get newly improved Microsoft Office. Above you can see what's new you get in December. You may also have a look at top best Office 365 features introduced in December.


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