The new Office suite runs on Windows 7, 8 and 10 PCs, laptops and tablets.
As part of the rollout, Microsoft is making some changes to the Office update model.
Check IN Alerts to your mobile phone, pager, or any e-mail address when you are away from your desk.
Learn More Schedule future status events (e.g., meetings, travel, or vacation) based on Outlook Appointment items. will automatically change your status based on the settings you define.
Update: A few more reader questions and answers about Office 2016 for Windows' coming rollout (delivered via a Microsoft spokesperson): Q: Will Office 365 Business Premium -- and not just Office 365 users with Pro Plus -- automatically get these updates and be serviced via branches?
A: Yes, Business customers will also receive the 2016 apps and will default to the Current Branch.
Office 2016 for Windows desktops is the full-featured set of Office apps and the successor to Office 2013.
Microsoft released an IT/pro preview of Office 2016 for Windows in March and a public preview in May 2015.
It's not a big surprise given recent leaks, but Microsoft officials are confirming that the Office 2016 for Windows rollout will begin on September 22.
The panel also contains a filter dialog which allows users to filter users by different search criteria.
Organize your workforce into easy to use departments. Department Panel allows users to quickly select different departments for viewing.
Learn More The check in notification option in Out’n About!
allows an employee to request an alert when another employee checks in.