Nonprofits: Office 365 Updates



The Microsoft Office blog released their monthly post highlighting updates to OneDrive, the Activity feed within the Office apps, Lens and more. Below are the key points Microsoft Office 365 for Nonprofits users can take away.

Sync SharePoint Online team sites and OneDrive for Business shared folders, providing you easy access to shared documents. 

On the web, Microsoft has simplified the sharing experience, helping to better specify scope and duration for sharing permissions. OneDrive is also easier for IT to deploy and manage with the new OneDrive admin center and a standalone Mac client. Learn more about the details, availability and more at the OneDrive blog here.



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Activity Feed for users who store their documents on OneDrive. 

In April, Microsoft introduced an activity feed for Word, Excel and PowerPoint for documents stored on SharePoint or OneDrive. Now this experience is available for users who store their documents on OneDrive. This means all subscribers can now stay on top of changes to shared cloud documents by accessing a full history of changes, as well as easily opening or even reverting to a prior version as needed. Get started with the Activity feed in a few easy steps.

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Office Lens Integration on Android.
Office Lens is a pocket scanner for digitizing notes from whiteboards or blackboards, as well as capturing documents, business cards and more. Integrations are started to be rolled out to bring this innovative sharing tool to Word and PowerPoint on Android. This means that directly from within Word and PowerPoint, you can capture, crop, straighten and enhance pictures of whiteboards.


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