Microsoft is still developing the perfect office suite. With a multiplatform vocation, Microsoft 365 has perfected over the years to ensure that users can develop all kinds of tasks via the apps in your suite, anywhere and on any device. But the truth is, iOS and iPadOS still need some tweaking.
If you’re a Microsoft 365 subscriber and regular users of Office apps, you probably know that the current “mobile” versions are quite different from the desktop versions
In order to address the following shortcomings in devices such as the iPad, Microsoft has released several updates to the App Store. From Excel to PowerPoint, not to mention others like Word. And all of them have long-awaited news, especially when it comes to accessory compatibility and multitasking.
In the case of Excel, finally compatibility with the Split View function of the iPad is added, which will allow us to open two different tables on the same screen. For Word, comes the full support for trackpad gestures, something highly anticipated by Magic Keyboard users, who still struggled to navigate properly through our documents.
In the case of PowerPoint, it has been added a new feature called Moderator Advisor, which offers us tips to improve our presentations to the public. Something that, for those who have to do exhibitions on a regular basis, will be particularly appealing.
All of these updates are now available for download from the App Store. As always, this will only be necessary an active Microsoft 365 subscription to access all of their functionalities.