Microsoft news recap: Skype adds call recording capabilities, Microsoft Edge testing tab counting on Android, and more
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!
Skype debuts call recording, available now except on Windows 10, coming soon
Ever wanted to keep a copy of a memorable Skype call or need to replay a meeting? Skype has now implemented call recording for both audio and video calls. It’s available for all platforms except Windows 10, which is on the way.
Microsoft’s Edge browser begins testing tab counting on Android
The Android version of Microsoft Edge is testing a tab counter which will show you how many tabs you have open. It seems odd as it’s such a minor feature, but nonetheless, it is available in the Beta version of the app.
New Outlook on the Web and Outlook for Windows is being publicly rolled out today
Outlook on the web and Outlook for Windows are gaining new user experiences. The new experiences are being rolled out to users. Features and improvements include intelligent search, suggested replies, and a simplified way of creating events. Find out more about the update here.
Two versions of Simplified Ribbon spotted as Office Online begins update rollout
A new Ribbon design for Office Online has begun its rollout to users. The change focuses on implementing Microsoft’s Fluent Design throughout the Ribbon. There are 2 versions currently rolling out which are slightly different, with one providing a more ‘square’ look.
That’s it for this week. We’ll be back next week with more Microsoft news.Further reading: Microsoft, Microsoft Edge, Office Online, Outlook, Skype