Office 365 Developer Program now offers integrated benefits with Visual Studio Professional and Enterprise. Your paid subscription in both programs grants you a free renewable Office 365 Developer subscription with up to 25 users.Read more New Office 365 Developer Program benefits for Visual Studio Subscribers!
Office 365 developer program announces a new renewable developer subscription. On April 3rd, we moved to a new model that enables a perpetual renewal of your developer subscription. Now, you can get a free Office 365 developer subscription with 25 user licenses to use to build your solutions and it will remain active for as long as you’re actively developing and deploying solutions. No more rip and replace after one year.Read more New renewable Office 365 developer subscriptions launch on April 3rd
Across the Office platform, we’ve seen an amazing set of new applications developed, spanning from Office-integrated mobile applications, to new SharePoint web parts, to bots and integrations. We’d love to feature some of the best applications and integrations you’ve seen, but we need your help.Read more 2018 Office App Awards-Nominations now open
We are excited to continue the developer momentum from Build with our ongoing Hack the workday with Office 365 hackathon. Join us to see how Office 365 can help you reach over 130M users a month with the power of Microsoft Graph.Read more Formula Editor – Hack Productivity
Today we are excited to announce the availability of enhanced Office Add-in analytics within the Universal Store Dev Center. The new Usage report shows how customers are using your add-in across Windows (2016), Mac (2016), iOS, and Web apps.Read more New Office Add-ins Analytics Report in Universal Store Dev Center and Seller Dashboard
This blog discusses the Kaizala Excel add-in that allows you to quickly get data from Kaizala endpoints without leaving Excel in just a click. All you need is an Excel table within a spreadsheet and a Kaizala account. You could now share the Excel table on Kaizala – which would send out a survey with each column as a question. People on the group could respond to the survey that they received on their phone. When you refresh the table from within Excel, you would get the responses as rows within your table.Read more Kaizala Excel add-in: Fetch data into Excel