Microsoft releases Office Delve Preview app for Windows 10, the mobile version coming soon
Microsoft just released a preview version of its Office Delve PC app for Windows 10. The app is now available to download from the Windows 10 Store, and all interested Office 365 subscribers can download, and try it for free.
Here’s what Microsoft says about the release of Office Delve PC app for Windows 10:
“Delve helps you stay in the know, powered by who you know and what they are working on. With this preview app for Windows 10, you’ll be notified about document updates, and get document suggestions that are relevant to your work. You can also find people and get back to your recent documents and attachments, all in one place – all in one app. In Delve, you can only see content that you already have permission to access. This means your colleagues won’t see your private documents, and you won’t see theirs.”
As Microsoft’s description says, Delve gives you insight in what your colleagues are currently working on. Additionally, the app gives you suggested documents based on people you follow. Delve will also internally use Microsoft’s internally-developed Office Graph, to provide even better connection between users.
The preview version of Delve works with Office 365 business or school subscriptions. Microsoft also said that the Windows 10 Mobile version is now in the works, and it should be released soon.
In case you want to download the preview version of Office Delve app for Windows 10, you can do so for free from the Windows Store.
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