Fluid Framework Brings Us Microsoft Loop

Fluid Framework Brings Us Microsoft Loop, and the Productivity and Technology News This Week

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In this Cast | Fluid Framework Brings Us Microsoft Loop

Ray Sidney-Smith

Augusto Pinaud

Headlines & Show Notes | Fluid Framework Brings Us Microsoft Loop

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The Power of Never Giving Up

Tackling Hard Tasks

How to keep your hybrid workforce engaged

Grammarly rolls out full set of features to iPhone and iPad users

Google Workspaces Updates: Set aside time for focus in Google Calendar

You can now ask Google to remove images of under-18s from its search results

Google Messages working on ability to send MMS video using Google Photos

Productivity Resource of the Week




Featured Story of the Week

Microsoft Loop is a new Office app for the hybrid work era


11/17 5:30PM  #ProdChat Live: https://twitter.com/i/spaces/1LyxBovXeypKN 

Other News

The all-new Tasks by Zoho Mail: For an enhanced and evolved workspace

Daily Mail: Microsoft pushes its own ‘metaverse’ with 3D virtual avatars for Teams

The Verge: Sonos’ voice assistant might work alongside Alexa but not the Google Assistant

NYTimes: Google Wants to Work With the Pentagon Again, Despite Employee Concerns

5 Linux Tablets and Projects You Can Try Today

One million WordPress sites at risk of attack

Kobo Forma on sale in Canada and US

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