Remember the leaked SharePoint app for Windows 10? It’s here. Finally. You can go ahead and download it right now from the store, but there is a catch.
SharePoint is a collaboration and document sharing tool for Office 365 used by businesses and enterprises, and therefore the catch. You need a school or work Microsoft account to use the app.
If you have one, you can easily enjoy these impressive features (via Windows Central), if you came past the “Comming Soon” message:
- Navigate from Sites to team sites you follow or frequently visit.
- Navigate from Links to important sites configured by your organization.
- Catch up on what’s happened with the Activity view, which shows recent file activity on your team site.
- Open your document libraries with the OneDrive app and then edit your files using Office Mobile apps like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote.
- Learn more about people you work with and discover what they are working on.
- Perform an enterprise-wide search to find sites, files and people throughout your organization.
Microsoft stated, and described the app with this in an official blog post:
The SharePoint mobile app helps keep your work moving forward by providing quick access to your team sites, organizational portals and the people you work with throughout Office 365 by letting you search for content and people across your organization. We leverage the Microsoft Graph to power several of the in-app experiences, providing you relevant information to get to the content and people you work with most frequently.
Make sure to check it out from the link below if your business or school uses SharePoint, as the app has had positive reactions so far.