Apple today updated its office suite, iWork, with new versions for macOS, iOS and iPadOS. This is a minor update, but one that will be appreciated by all educational staff and anyone who frequently works with shapes and forms.
A nod to educational staff
Pages, Numbers and Keynote will now be integrated into the Schoolwork app, which allows teachers to track student activity and assign activities to any file in iWork. In addition, we can now insert web or email links into shapes, lines, images, drawings or even text boxes.
Another new feature is that now multiple people will be able to collaborate on shared spreadsheets when using forms, although this is a feature that is only available on iOS and iPadOS.
Pages, Numbers and Keynote are apps completely free which you can download from the App Store or the Mac App Store (although they are usually preinstalled). At home, they can be great substitutes for Microsoft Office applications or Google Docs.