Microsoft has brought live, collaborative editing to its Excel app for Windows through a beta update it launched on Tuesday.

The new feature lets testers collaborate with one another on the same file from inside the app.Live collaboration has been a major focus of Office 2016, which Microsoft released roughly a year and a half ago.

The suite first offered real-time co-authoring for the desktop version of Word, then expanded those capabilities to PowerPoint.
It’s a major change for Microsoft’s client applications, which previously kept editing to a fairly solitary experience.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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