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Microsoft 365 April 2019 Updates

by Spanish Point - May 20, 2019
Microsoft 365 April 2019 Updates

April 2019 edition of the Microsoft 365 update. This month, the updates cover new and updated services to help you meet your compliance requirements, manage security policies, and reach more audiences with your content.

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Check out the below video where Jim Naroski covers recent enhancements to Microsoft 365 and Office 365 ↓↓↓

New feature updates for April 2019:

Editor in PowerPoint Multi-Language:

Editor underlines potential issues with spelling in red, grammar in blue, and style in gold. And, right-clicking on the underlined text reveals suggestions on how to resolve the matter. At the time, it worked best with US English. Now, Editor in PowerPoint helps you break down language barriers with the addition of multi-language support.

New icons in Office 365:

Icons are great way to express ideas visually and they’re simple to insert into your Microsoft Office documents. There are nearly 350 new icons to choose from in Office 365. They include new categories like accessibility, holidays and process.

Learn more at our upcoming Office 365 Immersion Experience Bootcamp & Training.

Microsoft Kaizala:

It enables you to securely connect and engage with large groups outside your organization’s directory, including contract workers, vendors, partners, and customers. It uses a phone number-based identity for easy onboarding and to create a simple mobile user experience.

Power BI Web by example connector:

One of the most innovative and unique features introduced in Power BI over the last 12 months is the Web by Example connector. One of the most innovative and unique features introduced in Power BI over the last 12 months is the Web by Example connector.

Multi-Geo in Office 365:

Multi-Geo helps multinational companies address their regional, industry, or organizational data residency requirements in Office 365 by enabling them to control where each employee’s Office 365 data is stored when at rest.

Security Policy Advisor:

Office Security Policy Advisor is a new intelligent service, now available in preview, that uses behavior-based analysis to help IT admins to quantify the risks and benefits of applying a tailored policy, and monitor policy health over time, for their Office clients.

Keep and eye on our upcoming blogs & check out next months blog to learn about ‘Microsoft 365 May 2019 updates