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This month's update focuses on a range of new and updated Microsoft Teams features and the Bookings with me scheduling tool.
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With Office, OneDrive for Business and SharePoint, multiple people can work together on a Word document, Excel spreadsheet, or PowerPoint presentation. When everyone is working on an Office 365 file at the same time, that’s called co-authoring.
To allow others to work on the document with you it will need to be shared with Can edit permissions.
If anyone else is working on the document whilst you have it open, you’ll see their presence and the changes they’re making. We call this co-authoring, or real-time collaboration.
For more information about Document collaboration and co-authoring, please visit the Microsoft website:
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