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Microsoft appears to be preparing to change the name of “Office Web Apps” (current name of its free Office product solution in the cloud) to “Office Online”. The company plans to change to the new name in a few weeks. The news follows the recent rebrand from SkyDrive to OneDrive, although this time the name change is not due to the loss of another lawsuit, it is because Microsoft will focus on making its core Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote ) easier for customers to use.
As I understand it, the software giant will soon start using the names “Word Online”, “Excel Online”, “PowerPoint Online” and “OneNote Online” instead of “Word Web App”, “OneNote Web App” and so on. successively. ahead. Currently accessing apps through OneDrive (formerly known as SkyDrive) isn’t very obvious to anyone and Office Online is set to change that, and while document creation in OneDrive still exists, Microsoft is reportedly reviewing Office. com to get you to the main hub of your Office cloud applications, something that should have been all along, if you ask me.
The software maker is currently testing the new version of Office Online on campus, but implementation will begin soon. You will see several screenshots of the new brand below, courtesy of livesino.net.
The company recently announced a new update for Office Web Apps (Office Online), which is rolling out now and includes a visual update to core applications with a new navigation header, a new color-coded bar, and new features like “Tell me.” . , To help users with any Office task. Changes that are intended to make Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote easier to use.
Through the ZDNet