1. Office Hub
Microsoft is reportedly working on Office Hub – a feature that will integrate Windows 10 and Office 365 better, providing users with quick and easy access to emails, documents, events and calendar.
It will keep users updated about what others are doing within shared documents via OneDrive and SharePoint by streaming Office 365. Office Hub will have its own hub area on the taskbar, which opens up into a Cortana-like interface.
OneClip is Microsoft’s universal cross-device clipboard. It will be integrated into Office 365 and Windows 10 and allow you to easily copy and paste between your phone and PC.
3. OneDrive File Placeholders
OneDrive placeholders are set to make a comeback with the Redstone 2 update. The company revealed at the Ignite 2016 event in September this year that placeholders will now be known as “On-demand sync.”
4. People Bar
Microsoft is reportedly working on a new People Bar that will show faces of recent/active contacts in the taskbar, next to the system tray. The company might find a new name for it before the launch, though.