See Why Microsoft Visio is Now Available to More People. Plus Recent Updates

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Now free to anyone with commercial versions of Office 365 and Microsoft 365. Check out the recent updates to Microsoft Visio. If you're new to Visio, we'll show you how easy it is to get started, as well as how to coauthor and collaborate across Visio for the web and Microsoft Teams. As a Visio expert, get updates to the desktop app, including new integrations that export diagrams to PowerPoint and Microsoft Word or as a process in Power Automate. Mukul Kumar, Senior Product Marketing Manager for Microsoft Visio, joins host Jeremy Chapman to walk you through new capabilities and show you how to get started.

► QUICK LINKS:

00:00 - Introduction 00:41 - What is Visio? 01:36 - Built-in collaboration capabilities 02:50 - Advanced updates for paid expert users 03:29 - Visio desktop app 04:38 - Export to Word and PowerPoint 06:18 - How everyday users & expert users can collaborate 09:38 - Wrap up

► Link References:

Sign up for a trial of the Visio desktop app at https://aka.ms/VisioTrial

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