First look at Microsoft Docs for Facebook

First look at Microsoft Docs for Facebook

Summary: A first-hand look at the Facebook integrated Office Web Aps.

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  • ...the updated version appears, and the transition is seamless.

    For more on this story, visit the iGeneration blog posts here and here.
  • As and when you change your documents in Docs, or other users change the document, it allows you to publish this to your wall and to other users to alert them to the fact.

    For more on this story, visit the iGeneration blog posts here and here.
  • In Docs, you have a very Windows-esque look about things still. You can arrange your documents by list or thumbnail (which updates live), and allows you to see who can edit and view the document, along with when it was updated and who by.

    For more on this story, visit the iGeneration blog posts here and here.

Topics: CXO, Collaboration, Microsoft, Software, Social Enterprise

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  • A useful review

    Thanks, that's a useful review of Docs, especially with the screenshots.

    I took the liberty of linking to this in my own humble blog post on the topic:

    http://www.timacheson.com/Blog/2010/apr/ms_office_on_facebook
    Tim Acheson
  • RE: Giving Docs access to Facebook (First look at Microsoft Docs for Facebook)

    Do you know if this will work in offline mode?
    tam8261