A video leaked on Twitter by user WalkingCat appears to show an unreleased Microsoft 365 app called Outlook Spaces. Whether this is a separate web service or part of Outlook itself still isn’t clear, but the new app appears to be a long way into development if the video is anything to go by.
The “X” moniker has become used to identify hardware that’s a little experimental, a little niche, and usually a little overpriced. In that regard the Surface Pro X owns its name but that doesn’t mean you should ignore it. For schools, the SPX might be the most important hardware release of the last few years. […]
A new feature which allows you to record your screen directly within Microsoft Stream is currently rolling out to all schools. I’m not luckily enough to have access to it at the moment, so I’m reliant on the information Microsoft is putting out, but this looks like the perfect addition for any school using Microsoft […]
Microsoft has just announced the successor to the baby of the Surface line, the Surface Go 2. Designed with schools in mind, the Surface Go was launched early last year to fill a niche at the lower end of the Surface market. Smaller, lower cost, but just as premium in design, the Surface Go proved […]
An update to Microsoft Teams is currently rolling out and it contains four key features which appear specifically designed to address problems raised by teachers. Raised Hand Feature When video conferencing, particularly if you have a large number of staff or students connected, it’s very difficult to moderate the conversation. How many online meetings have […]