Office 2016 for Mac Now Lets You Edit with Others in Real

Rodiano Bonacci
Gennaio 20, 2018

Microsoft has been working on closing the gap, with the latest update for Office for Mac 2016 adding quite some powerful features.

The real-time collaborative editing, which is available for Word, Excel and PowerPoint, allows users to see who else is working on the same document, workbook or presentation - and where in the document they are working.

Anxious about accidentally deleting a chunk of your document and having the original overwritten?

Another new feature for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is automatic cloud saves for documents, worksheets, and presentations, which Microsoft says sync in seconds. Office's upgraded Version History tool shows a list of changes and lets you roll back to an earlier version. You will be able to see who is working with you on the same document and also where are they working and what changes are doing as they type. After all, they share the same name and major programs, like Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Most interestingly, Outlook now integrates more closely with Google services, letting you manage your calendar and contacts within the app.

Microsoft is now rolling out a pretty major update to Office 2016 for Mac users. Just like with Office 2016 for Windows, real-time collaboration with auto-save requires an Office 365 subscription on the Mac. Office 365 users will get all the new features of Office 2019 as soon as it's released as part of their subscription.

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