This week, Office 365 has rebranded to become Microsoft 365. However, it’s not just the name that has changed. There are some additional benefits added to the well-known suite of products at no change to your current subscription price. Here’s a quick wrap-up of the changes.
What do you have to do to get the new version?
You don’t need to do anything. The change will happen automatically.
What’s new in Microsoft 365?
- Microsoft Editor: A writing assistant to help you with all of your online written text for websites and social media.
- Expanded Technical Support: Ongoing technical support for Windows 10 and all the apps included in your subscription via chat or phone.
- Premium creative content: new templates, fonts and icons are waiting for you to make the ultimate statement.
How do you access the new features?
You can access new features through your Microsoft account portal.
Where can you find additional information?
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