Office Insider, a program that lets you preview Office updates before public release, is getting a new name. Launched more than seven years ago, the program is now transitioning away from the Office brand into the Microsoft 365 Insider program with an “expanded scope.”
Microsoft announced the name change on its official internal website, which is still under the Office branding. Renaming the Preview program is part of Microsoft’s efforts. Rebrand one of your most successful products in Microsoft 365.a move that some users find objectionable and a bit annoying.
Office The Microsoft 365 Insider program now has a new name. Twitter handleLittle has changed inside. Microsoft says the renaming also expands the scope of the program, so expect that. More posts Beyond traditional office apps. Finally, all release notes have been moved learn.microsoft.com Website In short, the program remains. Same but different, but still the same.
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Office As a Microsoft 365 Insider Program participant, you don’t need to do anything to continue getting preview features. Office applications will continue to receive updates in the Current Channel (Preview) and the Beta Channel.
Finally, Microsoft reminds users that the Office brand isn’t going away completely (you’ll see it in brackets next to Microsoft 365 across all operating systems). People who don’t want to buy a Microsoft 365 subscription can still opt for a one-time purchase of Office 2021 and Office LTSC. Alternatively, there is A new, more affordable Microsoft 365 Basic plan.
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Office Microsoft 365 Insider Program in a blog post On the official website.