Microsoft’s Fluid Framework

 

Microsoft’s Fluid Framework is a new component being developed to help improve how you use your documents. With the amount of collaboration going on in the workplace, Microsoft’s Fluid Framework looks to make this easier than ever. With this Fluid Framework being developed for Outlook, as well as Office.com you will soon be able to try collaborating with features such as Tables, Charts, Task Lists and more. Currently most people who wish to collaborate on documents use Google Docs, so how does Microsoft’s component differ? An article written by the Verge gives us some insight as it describes Microsoft’s Fluid as “Google Docs on Steroids” Microsoft’s Fluid has not yet been released, but is expected to roll out sometime in 2020. Check out further reading from Microsoft below:

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Microsoft’s Fluid Framework, the newest Office.com feature