Microsoft today announced that it renamed Office Web Apps to Office Online in order to make it easier for users to discover the benefits of its web-based productivity suite, but the company has also introduced a new design for its product.Office.com has received a new redesign this morning that brings it in line with other products owned by Microsoft and comprises a modern approach, similar to Windows 8’s.
“Save documents, spreadsheets, and presentations online, in OneDrive. Share them with others and work together at the same time. Get started now, it's free!” the website now reads, while also offering a link to discover all Office versions on the market right now.
The new Office.com page now groups links to launch Word Online, OneNote Online, Excel Online, OneDrive, PowerPoint Online, Outlook.com, People, and Calendar.