What's new in Office for the web
Office for the web includes online versions of your favorite Office apps: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and more. No installation or subscription required. It's free! Get started with Office for the web
New in July
Share projects and roadmaps more freely
Send a link to your project or roadmap to anyone who uses Office in your organization. People who don't have Project can see your information but not edit it.
Use your words
Type what you're looking for in the Search box and we'll look for it. No need to be precise.
Take total control over objects
Enter the exact height, width, and precise rotation angles of the objects on your slides.
Pick up where you left off
When you customize your Grid view, columns and summary tasks stay just how you left them.
This feature is currently available for organizations with a Microsoft 365 for Business subscription.
Create and open projects faster
We've improved the speed of Project for the Web so you can create and open projects more quickly.
Get Project for Education
School admins, students, faculty, and staff can use Project for Education to create projects using timeline and board views, and see all their projects in a roadmap.
See how far you've come
Track how close you are to being done by selecting your project name and viewing what percentage of all tasks in the project are complete.
Save time and simplify work with improved speech-to-text
A new dictation toolbar, suggestions experience, and auto-punctuation make it easy to create content with your voice in Word
Get stats on your workbook
Workbook Statistics provides an overview of the content of a workbook, to help you more easily discover its contents.
Preview your video
When you insert a video on a slide you can play the video in edit mode, so you see what the audience will see.
Duration and effort, unlinked
For unassigned tasks, Project will no longer automatically recalculate duration and effort when one of them is changed.
You spoke, we listened
We heard your feedback and have been making fixes. Two to know about: The browser no longer shakes when you are scrolling in Project, and tasks due Today no longer appear as late in Grid view.
Improved View mode
View mode allows you to see all the ribbon commands, and to switch easily to and from Edit mode.
Ink your ideas
Add personality to your slides with ink. Choose from a variety of pens, colors, and styles.
Zoom out further in Roadmap
See an even bigger picture when you view your roadmaps at 4 additional levels: 18 months, 2 years, 3 years, and 6 years.
Save time with grouping
Group multiple objects on a slide to work with them more easily and precisely—move, resize, or rotate them all at once.
More colors to match your mood and your message
Want to give the shapes in your presentation title color? PowerPoint now has 16 million colors to choose from so you'll always find just the right shade.
See all your slides at a glance
Use Slide Sorter to organize your slides into sections and drag them to reorganize your deck.
Collaborate in real time
Work on a diagram at the same time as other people. Changes merge seamlessly into a single file.
Create Visio drawings in Teams
Edit diagrams directly in Teams if you have a Visio license, or just view and comment on them if you don't.
New connection experience
It's easy to add a connection point anywhere on a shape, and even have multiple connectors on the same edge.
Quickly access your most recent projects in Edge
Projects and roadmaps show up in the list of your most recently used items in the new Microsoft Edge, so you can easily pick up where you left off.
Comments with context
Respond to comments and mentions right from email without opening the document.
More commands where you need them
When you want all the command buttons at your fingertips, switch your ribbon to the classic layout. Just press the V (chevron) button in the lower right corner to make the switch.
Link directly to a task
Collaborate more clearly by copying and sending a link to a specific task in your project. In any Project for the web view, select the three dots, then select Copy link to task.
Copy the data, keep the formatting
Whether you're copying from workbook to workbook, or from worksheet to email, text, cell, and table formatting are retained. Formulas, hyperlinks, conditional formatting, and data validation rules also stick around so you can focus on what's important. And if you want to paste plain text, try Ctrl + Shift + V.
Create stunning, high-quality diagrams in Excel
With the Visio Data Visualizer add-in for Excel, create basic flowcharts, cross-functional flowcharts, and organizational charts from data in an Excel workbook.
Switching panes just got easier
Panes are now tabbed, which means easy switching and more space for what you're working on.
Keep reading to see what we released in October.
Keep reading to see what we released in September.
Stock quotes at your fingertips
Retrieve the latest stock price, change in price, and more with the new Stocks data type. There's a new data type for Geography too.
Focus on what's left to do
Select Resolve to collapse comments and make open items stand out.
Spell check is now available in your web app
The spell checker you know and love is now available in Excel for the web. Find it on the Review tab.
Keep reading to see we released in June.
What's better than a PivotTable? A PivotChart
Want to visualize a PivotTable with an interactive, graphical chart? Just select a PivotTable, and then choose a chart on the Insert tab.
Export Visio visuals from Power BI
See your Visio Visuals clearly when you export Power BI reports as PDFs, PowerPoint files, and more.
Word for the web now enables you to collaborate on documents tagged with sensitivity labels. Your content remains secure and protected.
*Requires an Office 365 E3 or E5 license.
Copy and paste within a workbook or between apps
Need to move an equation to another part of the workbook? No problem. Want to put a chart into an email? Easy. Just copy and paste.