Microsoft news recap: Azure mobile app launches, Microsoft Teams for Education gains assignment and grading features, and more

Jack Wilkinson

Microsoft news recap is a weekly feature highlighting the top Microsoft news stories of the past week. Sit back, grab some coffee, and enjoy the read!

Keep track of your Azure resources on the go with the new Azure mobile app by Microsoft

To make managing Azure resources easier on-the-go, Microsoft has introduced a new Azure mobile app. The app also delivers enhanced security features by integrating with device authentication methods, such as FaceID or TouchID.

Microsoft Teams for Education adds assignments and grading features

In a large update to Microsoft Teams for Education, Microsoft is adding a number of updates targeted at assignments and grading, which include assignment sharing, rich text editing for detailed assignment instructions, and celebratory animations for completed assignments.

Microsoft Teams for Education Turn in Celebration

Microsoft claims that Microsoft 365 is the largest productivity platform in the world, and announces new developer opportunities

In a big claim, Microsoft says that its productivity platform, Microsoft 365, is the largest in the world, while also announcing new developer opportunities. Microsoft 365 makes up Office 365 and Windows 10.


Microsoft Pix app updates on iOS with improved business card reading

Microsoft’s camera app for iOS, Microsoft Pix, has received a new update that improves its ability to read business cards.

That’s it for this week. We’ll be back next week with more Microsoft news.