Microsoft 365 Personal and Family Subscriptions is now available in Malaysia, and it comes with some exciting features and updates.
The new Microsoft 365 provides users with new artificial intelligence (AI), rich content and templates, and cloud-powered experiences.
Microsoft in a statement said that these new AI experiences are currently being rolled out regionally and will reach over 38 million Office 365 subscribers globally in the next few months.
Users can look forward to two new Microsoft 365 experiences namely a new Microsoft Family Safety app and a new Microsoft Teams for users to stay connected with their family and friends.
The Microsoft Family Safety aims to keep families safe across the digital and physical worlds while Microsoft Teams will further allow users to connect in group chats, make video calls, stay organized, collaborate over shared to-do lists with family and friends, assign tasks to specific people and coordinate schedules, as well as share photos and videos all in one place.
In additional to the two, the improved Microsoft Edge browser would also takes a step forward with new features to protect users on the web with Password Monitor, and to simplify research with Collections.
Among the interesting new introductions in Edge is vertical tabs, improved smart copy and enhancements in the inPrivate mode. These additions will likely solidify Edge’s position as one of the most impressive web browsers to date.
“We want to continue to empower everyone to remain connected with those who matter inside and outside of the workplace.
“The Microsoft 365 Family and Personal subscriptions will provide users with innovative experiences that enable them to co-author, video chat, organize, and come together with friends and their families anytime and anywhere,” said Michal Golebiewski, Chief Marketing & Operations Officer, Microsoft Malaysia in a statement.
To learn more about Microsoft 365 Personal and Family subscriptions as well as the market and language availability of these new features, visit this page.