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New features for Twitter, Facebook & Instagram

Want to know what’s new in Social Media?

To keep you up to date on these smaller changes and features, here’s a rundown of five upcoming or “in-test mode” features that are currently being trialed on some of the major platforms – starting with Twitter, which is testing some new customer service focused options.
1. New Twitter Profile Display Options
Twitter’s put a big emphasis on their customer service capacity in recent times, launching longer DMs, new analytics and tracking options and testing out profile improvements like product collection listings. In line with this, Twitter is also testing new on-profile presentation tools.

The first is a […]

Office 2016 Installation Instructions

It’s here! Today is the worldwide release of Office 2016 for Windows. This marks a milestone in delivering new value for Office 365 subscribers with a focus on collaboration, apps that work for you, a perfect pairing with Windows 10, and security features businesses will love. It also marks a new model for delivery, where subscribers can expect to get more frequent updates with new features and improvements. Along with Office 2016 for Windows, today Microsoft is also releasing Office 2016 for Mac as a one-time purchase option, along with several new and enhanced Office 365 services.

This post includes all […]

Excel Online and Google Sheets: Differences

This post is a menu-by-menu comparison of Excel Online, available through an Office 365 subscription, compared to features available in Google Sheets online. Any discrepancies are documented here, and features available in both Apps are not called out. On the following screens, the first image or image group listed will always be a screen shot of Excel Online, the second image will be Google Sheets. This blog shows and explains the differences in the two applications through the browser, and does not cover desktop features. Excel screenshots were captured using Internet Explorer 11, and Google Sheets screenshots were captured using […]

Word Online and Google Docs: Differences

This post is a menu-by-menu comparison of Word Online, available through an Office 365 subscription, compared to features available in Google Docs online. Any discrepancies are documented here, and features available in both Apps are not called out. On the following screens, the first image or image group listed will always be a screen shot of Word Online, the second image will be Google Docs. The screenshots show the differences in the two applications through the browser, keep in mind this post does not cover desktop features. Word screenshots were captured using Internet Explorer 11, and Google Docs screenshots were […]

Google Apps vs Office 365

Office 365 is a fully integrated productivity suite, with built-in communication, collaboration, and Enterprise Social capabilities – no third-party add-ons required. Google Apps is very similar in general function (especially Docs, Sheets and Slides) and there isn’t anything major, or even relatively minor that can be done using one suite but not the other, and changes are rolling out weekly/monthly for both. However, Google Apps require add-ons for a true comparison of features built-into Office 365. Google Apps, similar to Office 365, is also a productivity suite, used exclusively through the browser with very limited offline support. Both suites allow for […]