Users of Microsoft Office for Mac who like to live on the bleeding edge, will be glad to hear Microsoft has opened up their Office Insider program to Mac users. The program launched last November on Windows, Windows Mobile, and Android devices.
The program lets users who are signed up as Office 365 subscribers gain early access to new features and innovations within the suite of Microsoft Office applications.
To sign up for the program on a Mac, users simply need to opt-in for Office Insider builds via the Microsoft Auto Update pop-up box. Users who opt-in will receive updates about two to three weeks ahead of the final release for other users. Users can follow @OfficeInsider on Twitter for the latest release announcements.
In other Office-related news, Microsoft on Thursday released a batch of updates for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint for iOS, which brings new 3D Touch features for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus users, as well as Apple Pencil support for iPad Pro users.