Microsoft has released a new Office Insider Preview Build for Windows users. Carrying version number 2205 (Build 15130.20000), the update adds no new features and changes. However, the latest version of the Office Insider Build brings with it fixes for a ton of issues found in the previous Office Build. You can read about all the bug fixes in the full official changelog below.
It’s been more than four weeks since Microsoft added new features to Office for Windows users. The last time Microsoft added new Office features for Windows users was when Windows Office Insider Preview Build 15028.20050 was released.
Office Build 15028.20050 added the ability to refresh your stock data in the background regularly, and the ability to insert hyperlinks into Excel comments. The update also added the ability to let users apply labels whenever a document, worksheet, or presentation is either created or modified as against previous scenarios where your administrator configures default sensitivity labels.
Microsoft recently released Office Insider updates for Mac and iOS users too. Like Windows users, Office Insiders on Mac can also add hyperlinks to comments in Excel. Also, in the last iOS Office Insider update, Microsoft added important PDF options to the bottom bar. The company added many new features alongside the ability to add hyperlinks to the latest Office Insider update for Mac.
To update to the latest Microsoft Office Insider Preview Build, open any Office program and go to File> Account> Update Options> Update Now.