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Email can be adventurous! Make your Gmail inbox more productive with experimental add-ons like Undo Send, Canned Responses, and more.
You can now sign up to test the new trio of Office apps on most Android devices running KitKat or above.
This light, background lettering is the most reliable way to label and identify documents, especially for sensitive, private, or legal purposes.
With just a few simple changes, you can add, remove, or regroup menu items so what you use the most is close at hand.
Try these time-saving tips for navigating documents, adding links, and more.
Office 2016 could still learn a few things from Google Docs, but its business-intelligence features show a lot of promise.
Delve started out as a visual representation of the people and data you interact with at work, but now it's expanding into time tracking. Is this Microsoft Office Space?
Try these tricks to protect your data, take more complete meeting notes, and more.
Try these timesavers: Evernote Clearly, Penultimate, Eidetic, EasilyDo, and Sight.
Development on the free productivity suite is down to just 16 people, and the support system for new contributors is sorely lacking.
Google's presentation app doesn't support audio files, but with these workarounds you can still give your slides a soundtrack.
Microsoft will replace Office Mobile with its new Office 'universal' apps, but you'll need a Windows 10 phone to receive the new benefits.
The new universal apps promise a seamless experience, but we're not quite there yet.