Microsoft news recap: Clarity aims to help improve user experiences, Office 365 for Mac gets a dark theme, 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!

Microsoft’s new developer analytics tool Clarity takes aim at Google Optimize and others

Microsoft has opened up beta testing of a new service, Clarity, that aims to help improve user experiences on websites. Website owners can sign up to the service and add Clarity to their website. It lets you see how users use your website, the issues they face, and perform A/B tests.

Office 365 for Mac gains dark theme support on macOS Mojave

Office 365 users on Mac are in for a treat, as Microsoft has released a dark theme for Office 365 for Mac. The theme is enabled by enabling the dark theme on macOS Mojave.

Microsoft Azure can now host static websites

Azure now offers a cost-effective way of hosting static websites, where no server-side generation is needed. Using Azure Storage, pure HTML websites can be hosted easily.

Microsoft may be planning a consumer version of its Microsoft 365 bundle

According to a new job posting, Microsoft could be looking into offering a consumer-friendly version of its Microsoft 365 subscription, bundling its consumer services into one subscription.

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