Microsoft has now silently released a new build of Microsoft Office for the Office Insiders.
The latest update to Microsoft Office comes in the Insider Preview program. It comes with version 2.32 with build number 191125 for Microsoft office.
Speaking of the changes, it comes with support for Do not disturb in the Microsoft Outlook.
Do not disturb for Outlook: Tune in or out when you need to the most! With the do not disturb feature, users can focus on their work emails during work hours without the distraction of personal email notifications, and visa Versa for personal events – work notifications can be snoozed on-demand or on a schedule. Also, users can choose to not be disturbed by work email notifications when they are in meetings so that they can give work meetings their full attention. Enable do-not-disturb from the left navigation menu by selecting the bell icon with “zz” in it.
Limiting sensitive data in notifications: Keep sensitive information private from casual observers! Now you can change your Org Data Notifications to limit confidential information in push notifications for items such as meeting notifications and messages. With the setting enabled, details such as the sender’s address, the subject of the message, and a short message preview of the message body can be hidden on the lock screen until you authenticate your device to view them.
Read and reply on the fly to comments in Excel from Outlook Notifications: Triage your @mention notifications for Excel with more informative notifications! Now you can view the comment, the context it appears in, and even reply to the comment directly, right from the body of your email notification.
Read and reply on the fly to comments in Word from Outlook Notifications: Can’t determine if your @mention notification is a formal ask, generic thank you, or a simple FYI? Now you can stay on top of your @mention notifications for Word with more context included in the notification. View the comment, the context it appears in, and even reply to the comment directly, right from the body of your email notification.