Microsoft Word: Write, Edit & Share Docs on the Go Review
Our life is becoming faster and faster. And there are so many things that we used to do on the go. Writing, editing, and sharing docs are one of them. And with the Microsoft Word app users can do it easy and fast exactly from the mobile phones.
Microsoft Word: Write, Edit & Share Docs on the Go app allows you to create not only text docs but also letters, scripts, notes, resumes, and so on quickly and easily. Reading documents with different formats (.doc, .docs, .pdf) is implemented through Reading View feature. Moreover, you can collaborate with your team and make a suggestion or edit the document with a large number of layout options or formatting. And don’t be scared, Microsoft Word editor keeps all the changes neat and pristine across the devices (mobile phone, tablet, computer). Also, you can connect to the different cloud storages and have access to other files located on the OneDrive, Dropbox, Box, Egnyte, MyWorkDrive, and so on.
The users can easily work and edit PDF documents. For this, firstly, convert them to Word documents. Secondly, easily make changes. And, finally, convert docs back into PDF. Now you can share these files with your friends in just a few taps.
Online collaborating is definitely one of the main advantages that has online docs compared to offline. So, with Microsoft Word app you can easily receive the notifications about the changes in the email, and then, collaborate with your team by commenting in the doc. Your suggestions will appear right next to the text. Moreover, you can view the earlier document’s drafts.
Sharing is another important feature that the Microsoft Word app has. It allows you to manage the permissions, see who is working on it, and share the docs with new people with just a few clicks.
So, all that you can do on a computer - you can do on your mobile phone. It is easy and fast!
To start using Microsoft Word app, you need, firstly, sign in with a free Microsoft account. If you do not have it, you can create the account within seconds. The app has a beautiful and intuitive interface. The developers are trying to save the workflow logic and features’ location like on the desktop version. So, you do not need to waste lots of time to sort out how things work and where they are placed.
A lot of people believe that editing from the phone is a time-consuming and hard process. But now it is not true. The mobile UX and UI are greatly improved, and the Microsoft Word app is a great example of it. You can easily zoom the text, and find the option you want. All the information is well-structured and readable. The buttons are medium-size. If you want to make changes just to a small piece of text, you can highlight it with your fingers, and the menu with additional opportunities will appear.Review
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