Microsoft is now starting the test of a new dark mode for the Office for Android app. In the first Insider Preview, you can now see how the new Dark Mode adapts to the document overview and to Android itself.
A new Office Insider Preview for Android users has recently become available for testing. The new Office Insider Preview build is numbered 16.0.14701.20036 and comes with one major change and numerous improvements. Most importantly, Preview now adds a dark mode to the document overview in the Office app. In addition, the Office mobile app now offers a new feature called Eagle Eye view, which allows you to view all active documents at once. Then, this new view mode also lets you effortlessly move content back and forth between these documents.
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According to the currently known release notes, the new Office build does not contain any further changes. In the beta versions, however, many corrections are inserted, which are under the hood and are not published. We have translated the list of changes for you and added it at the end of the post. Those who use an Android smartphone and Office can still participate in the preview and test the app previews at any time. Information about the Office Insider Program can be found on a special Microsoft page.
What’s New in Office Insider Build 16.0.14701.20036:
Office Mobile: Eagle Eye view – seamlessly switch between your files. Do you find it difficult to switch back and forth between open documents in Office Mobile? With Eagle Eye view, you can now see all active documents at once and switch between them effortlessly. To activate this view, swipe down from the file header or file name; tap to select the document you want, or tap Home to open a new document. Android phone screen with Eagle Eye view in Office Mobile. Word: Dark mode is now available in Android You asked for it! You now have the option to use “true dark mode” in Word for Android, which means turning your document canvas black. This feature can improve the reading experience in dark environments and reduce eye strain for users. To enable dark mode, simply turn it on in your device’s settings or go to the app settings and enable it for Word.
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