Microsoft really, really wants to own all of your office work, so it keeps finding new tools it hopes you will add to your Office 365 portfolio. (All require an Office 365 account to use.) The latest are Delve for file discovery, Sway for modern-style presentations, and Planner for task management. But are they any good?
Microsoft's productivity tools have long been the standard for word processing (Word), spreadsheets (Excel), presentations (PowerPoint), and email/calendar/contacts (Outlook -- on Windows, anyhow). Office 365 extends those tools across users and devices in truly handy, if complex ways.
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