Details shared to the developer community about the new and unique opportunities empowering them to build imtelligent apps with Microsoft 365 for current multi-sense and multi-device world was announced on Monday at the Build.
Here are some quick details from the Build session:
First up, Microsoft is introducing a new way that will let you connect mobile phone or device to a PC with Windows 10, for instant access to text messages, photos, and notifications. This new experience will soon available to the Windows Insider Program.
Imagine being able to quickly drag and drop your phone’s photos into a document on your PC in one swift movement – without having to take your phone out of your pocket.
In the image below you can a Surface Book shown next to an iPhone:
A new way to connect your phone to your PC with Windows 10 that enables instant access to text messages, photos and notifications.
Microsoft Launcher, will soon enable enterprise customers with easy access to line of business applications via Microsoft Intune, as well as it will also support Timeline for cross-device application launching on Android platform.
As of today, all your Microsoft Edge browsing sessions on an iPhone or iPad can only be viewed in the Timeline experience on a Windows 10 PC, but later this year, Microsoft will also let you access that Timeline on iPhone wit Edge
Sets, an easier way to organize stuff and get back to what you were doing is now available for UWP and Win32 or Web applications as well. Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application will now work with Sets from the start, and with just a few simple changes to Win32 or Web applications you can get Sets supported as well.
In case those unfamiliar with Microsoft 365, it’s a suite of applications that brings together Office 365, Windows 10, and Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS), as a complete, intelligent and secure solution.
You can see the illustration of Microsoft 365m which consists of Office 365, Windows 10, and Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) in the picture embedded above or below: