Office Browser apps now have real time co-authoring. This means you can work with a group of people to create a document and no longer need to save it to see the changes others have made. Their changes appear on your screen as they type. You can now collaborate in real time in the office environment you know and love. What a great way to save time, allow for deeper learning and develop collaboration skills in students. Not sure if you a have access to the Office browser apps? You have access to your own Office Web Apps if you have one of the following:
Don’t have one of the above? That’s ok, people can still share documents with you for you to edit and collaborate through. All you need for this is an Internet Browser.
Check out the video below to see some of the great enhancements to word
All Office Web Browser Documents are private until shared. There are three possible ways to share web browser apps
How will you first use the improved Office Web Apps?
See more from Microsoft on co-authoring at the Microsoft Office Blog.
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