Microsoft will expand the use of its Fluid components to a wider range of productivity and collaboration tools, including Outlook, OneNote, and Whiteboard — part of the companys ongoing effort to change how people interact with documents. Fluid components – heralded by Microsoft as “atomic units of productivity” when they were launched two years ago – are small apps such as tables, charts, and lists that can be inserted into different Microsoft 365 tools and updated by multiple users in real...

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