Project Siena Windows 8.1 App Gets Support for Surface Pro 3 and Office 365

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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Not so long ago, the official Microsoft ‘Project Siena’ app has seen a massive update and maintained its free download status. Now the app is getting one more update that brings new features that will please many.
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Microsoft’s Project Siena software allows users to create business apps for Windows devices with rich visuals, filled with custom intelligence and functionality, and there’s no programming required at all. Now the app has been updated with a bunch of new features.

The app now allows users to connect to Office 365 email, meetings, and people, so if you have a Office 365 subscription account, you will be happy to make use of this update.

Now, it’s also possible to connect to SharePoint Online lists, which is really net. Support for Surface Pro 3 and portrait aspect ratios has been deployed, as well, so if you are a proud owner of Microsoft’s latest tablet-laptop hybrid, you will now be able to use Microsoft’s Project Siena app without any issues.

Other new features include grouping and multi-selection as well as improved charts and new line charts. Go ahead and make the update and let us know how does the improved app feel now.

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