1. Microsoft launches new tasks tracking app Lists for Office 365  Critical Hit
  2. 10+ Microsoft Teams apps for working remotely  TechRepublic
  3. Microsoft flexed its cloud and AI muscles at Build 2020  Engadget
  4. Announcing Microsoft Lists - Your smart information tracking app in Microsoft 365  Microsoft
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Microsoft is launching a new app to help you keep track of all your tasks across its Office 365 ecosystem.Microsoft is launching a new app to help you keep track of all your tasks across its Office 365 ecosystem.

Microsoft launches new tasks tracking app Lists for Office 365

The company’s investments in cloud and machine learning are starting to deliver real products. It’s a bold proposition, but one with the potential to propel Microsoft’s productivity software ahead of Google’s. These components can be inserted into emails or even a chat app like Microsoft’s Teams.The company’s investments in cloud and machine learning are starting to deliver real products. It’s a bold proposition, but one with the potential to propel Microsoft’s productivity software ahead of Google’s. These components can be inserted into emails or even a chat app like Microsoft’s Teams.

Microsoft flexed its cloud and AI muscles at Build 2020 | Engadget

Apps can supercharge your Microsoft Teams experience, and these are some of the best.Apps can supercharge your Microsoft Teams experience, and these are some of the best.

10+ Microsoft Teams apps for working remotely - TechRepublic

“Microsoft Lists is a new web and mobile app coming this summer. It’s designed to be the successor to SharePoint lists, and it integrates into Teams, SharePoint, and Outlook. Details: https://t.co/RmfvEZNhqc”

Tom Warren on Twitter: "Microsoft Lists is a new web and mobile app coming this summer. It’s designed to be the successor to SharePoint lists, and it integrates into Teams, SharePoint, and Outlook. Details: https://t.co/RmfvEZNhqc… https://t.co/esmG5nc8c9"

“At #MSBuild2020 we announced new features and capabilities in Microsoft Teams, Fluid Framework, Project Cortex, Outlook and Edge and introduced the new Microsoft Lists app to enable our customers to stay productive from everywhere. https://t.co/WXvxCUANJA”

Carlo Purassanta 🇪🇺 on Twitter: "At #MSBuild2020 we announced new features and capabilities in Microsoft Teams, Fluid Framework, Project Cortex, Outlook and Edge and introduced the new Microsoft Lists app to enable our customers to stay productive from everywhere. https://t.co/WXvxCUANJA"