Microsoft Office will become Microsoft 365 in major brand overhaul

Microsoft is making a major change to Microsoft Office branding. After more than 30 years, the software maker has opted to rename its Microsoft Office apps to better highlight its growing collection of productivity apps. While Office apps like Excel, Outlook, Word, and PowerPoint aren’t going away, Microsoft refers mostly to productivity tools as part of Microsoft 365 instead of a piece of software called Microsoft Office.

For years, Microsoft has been pushing for the new branding of Office 365 subscriptions by rebranding them as Office 365. The changes go far deeper now and released a FAQ stating that “in the coming months,, the Office mobile app, and the Office app for Windows will become Microsoft 365 with a new icon and more features.”

Microsoft 365 is coming soon, and that means it will be branded with the new logo and design at in November. All of the dedicated Office apps are going to receive a rebranding in January so that you can enjoy Microsoft 365 no matter what device you’re on.

Microsoft 365 is the perfect place to collaborate. Teams, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Loop, Clipchamp, Stream, and Microsoft’s new Designer app are now available within Microsoft 365. A central Microsoft 365 app for both mobile and desktop will include a feed of relevant colleagues and meetings, a hub for all your files and documents, and custom tagging to the group and organize content.

Microsoft’s Office brand is a legacy product, so as long as it exists you’ll still be able to buy it. The new Microsoft 365 plans will replace the original Office LTSC plan and offer features that are not available from the legacy Microsoft Office platform.

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