Microsoft news recap: Delve mobile apps being retired, Bing evolving to be more "intuitive and engaging", and more

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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 has quietly shut down its Office 365 UserVoice forums, more to come?

Microsoft uses UserVoice forums to allow customers to submit feedback about its products and services, but it appears the company has shut down its UserVoice forums for Office 365.

Office 365 Logo

Microsoft Teams is getting pinned chats, new search experience and more on mobile

A planned update for Microsoft Teams' mobile apps, is expected to bring a number of improvements, including pinned chats, a new search experience, as well as an improved look and feel across mobile.

Microsoft Teams Android

Microsoft is “evolving” the Bing search experience so that it is more “intuitive and engaging”

The Bing search experience is being evolved to make it more "intuitive and engaging". The idea is to make it more visual, by including more images throughout search results so that users don't need to read through lots of text to find what they're looking for.

Bing Search Experience Evolving

Microsoft is retiring its Delve mobile apps in June

Delve's mobile apps are set to be retired in June. The apps have already been removed from the respective app stores on iOS and Android, and will cease working entirely from 1st June.

Delve Mobile Apps

That's it for this week. We will be back next week with more Microsoft news.

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