Microsoft major update
Microsoft makes first major update available for Reuters/Mike Blake

Microsoft has begun rolling out the first major update to its new The rollout will continue through early 2017.

With the latest update, the homepage now displays the most frequently used apps more prominently. Over time, Office 365 will learn and adjust the ordering based on the consumer's individual usage.

Users will get additional controls within the "Recent online documents" list allowing them to filter by document type across Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote. If you use any document frequently, you can always pin it to the list.

The update makes it easier for users to get an in-depth view of the day's meetings and respond to or join Skype calls with one click. Users can also create, view and complete tasks on that sync across Outlook on all devices.

The company recently expanded the availability of Office 365 in 10 new regions: Bhutan, Cambodia, Greenland, Guadeloupe, Laos, Maldives, Martinique, Mozambique, Myanmar and Vatican City, which makes it available in 150 markets and 44 languages.