Microsoft Create is now in preview, set to provide a unified creative experience

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Microsoft Create is a website that lets users create videos, graphic design documents, presentations, and more.  And on Monday, Microsoft announced that the website is now available in preview. This means that users with Microsoft 365 subscriptions can now access creativity tools such as PowerPoint and Clipchamp all under one convenient location.

With Microsoft Create, there is no cap to what users may want to come up with, that is from social video posts, work presentations, and birthday gift cards to resumes. Microsoft has provided a ton of templates that users can apply to their designs.

You can head on over to the Microsoft create website, where you can kick-start or enhance your creativity with the array of tools available on the platform. That said, you can also make use of the Learn & grow section to brush up on your designer skills.

However, the website comes with two known issues. First up is that it is currently available in English only. And finally, users are required to sign up for early access to Microsoft Designer while it is in preview, which will in turn allow them to customize some templates.

Be sure to check out Microsoft’s blog post for the whole gist of how to make the most out of this tool. Share your experience with Microsoft Create below.

via: Windows Central