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Continuing our commitment to our valued Mac customers, we are pleased to disclose the roadmap for the next version of Office for Mac—including Word for Mac, Excel for Mac, Power Point for Mac and One Note for Mac.In the first half of 2015 we will release a public beta for the next version of Office for Mac, and in the second half of 2015 we will make the final release available.
We’re confident you will like what you see in the new Outlook for Mac today, and in the Office for Mac in the coming months.To get the best Office 365 email, calendar, contacts and tasks experience on a Mac, download the new Outlook for Mac today, and let us know what you think.Guys, Unlike Blackberry, on a Droid when you receive a calendar appointment, there are no Accept or Decline buttons in the message.In order to "respond" to an appointment, you need to exit the email application, enter the Corporate Calendar application, and then click on the appointment, and respond from there.Good news for Windows users - Black Berry Link for Windows has received a small update that brings one-way sync as well as some other tweaks and fixes.The new version allows Windows users to sync contact and calendar data from Outlook on a PC to a Black Berry 10 device, but sadly not from the device to the PC.
It's a step in the right direction but certainly leaves Outlook users wanting more. Some various fixes and UI tweaks included in this build as well. Today we are announcing the new Outlook for the Mac, which delivers improved performance and reliability and a fresh look and feel that is unmistakably Microsoft Office.This release offers a more familiar and consistent experience between Outlook on the PC, Outlook on the web and Outlook Web App (OWA) for i Pad, i Phone and Android devices.The new Outlook for Mac includes: Historically we have released a new version of Office for Mac approximately six to eight months after Office for Windows.However, following the release of Office 365 we made the conscious decision to prioritize mobile first and cloud first scenarios for an increasing number of people who are getting things done on-the-go more frequently.This meant delivering and continuing to improve Office on a variety phones (i Phone, Windows Phone, and Android) and tablets (i Pad and Windows)—brought together by the cloud (One Drive) to help people stay better organized and get things done with greater efficiency at work, school, home and everywhere between.