For those on the Slow ring of the Office Insider Program for Office for Mac, Microsoft has released a slow ring build and is now available for download on your Mac.

Office Insider builds are updated on a regular basis to provide new or improved features, security updates and bug fixes.

The newly released version is 16.13.180505 which brings pizzazz with icons, Support for Google Calendar and Contacts in OutLook and more. Check out the full changelog below.


Write your best resume with Help from LinkedIn*

Resume Assistant shows you work experiences, top skills, and more for a given role. Find it on the Review tab. This feature is new in Word

* Only available when the display language is set to English and region is set to the following countries – Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, United Kingdom, or the United States.

Pivoting data through time

Want to take a look your PivotTable data across years, quarters, months or even days? Easily filter a PivotTable with a timeline filter by sliding the date range. This feature is new in Excel.

Chat with co-authors while you edit

Collaborate more effectively by chatting with your co-authors without ever leaving the app. This feature is new in Word, Powerpoint, and Excel.

Swipe right or swipe left? You decide!

Set the swipe left and swipe right gestures to the actions you use most. Choose from Delete, Archive, Mark as Read, Flag, or None. This feature is new in Outlook.

Support for Google Calendar and Contacts

Manage your Google Calendar and Contacts without leaving Outlook. This feature is new in Outlook.

Add pizzazz with icons

Increase the visual impact of your documents, worksheets, and presentations by inserting and editing one of our 500 icons available to you!. This feature is new in Word, Powerpoint, and Excel.

Accessibility built right in

Use your keyboard to access the ribbon quickly and to format the words or pictures you just inserted. This feature is new in Word.

What week is it?

You asked for it! Display week numbers in Month View and in the Mini-calendar. This feature is new in Outlook.

Calendar on the left side and dialog box on the right side