Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) has announced details about the Microsoft Office 365 update for October 2018 and they include some changes to the subscription service.
Here are a few things to know about the upcoming Microsoft Office 365 update for October 2018.
- This new update will be dropping on Oct. 2, 2018.
- It includes several changes to the subscription service that benefit customers.
- Among these changes is increasing the number of people that can share the subscription from five to six.
- It will also remove the install limit on Microsoft Office 365.
- This means that customers can install it on as many devices as they choose.
- That includes PC, Macs, smartphones and tablets.
- The changes will also make it so that each person sharing the Microsoft Office 365 subscription can sign into up to five devices at a time.
- Attempting to sign into a sixth device will provide a “limit reached” warning and require the users to sign out of another device before they can access Microsoft Office 365 from the new one.
- The new update will also still include the 1TB of OneDrive cloud storage.
- With the option of adding one more person, this increase the total amount of OneDrive cloud storage for users from 5TB to 6TB.
- The update will also make it so that Microsoft Office 365 is automatically shared with members of the subscriber’s Microsoft family.
- This will have it sharing the service with up to five family members.
- However, users that want to share with someone outside of their Microsoft family can change who has access to the subscription.
You can follow this link to lean more about the upcoming Microsoft Office 365 update for October 2018.
As of this writing, William White did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities.