Microsoft 365 has many features to help you do your best work and create aesthetic documents. For example, you can get premium templates, thousands of creative images, and many new premium features and apps.
To keep getting the most out of your subscription, in April 2021, Microsoft released: Your Subscription Benefits Center.
Your Subscription Benefits Center is the perfect place to discover and learn how to get the most out of Microsoft 365 by personalizing your subscription. For example, get going with PC Folder Backup, install the latest mobile app, or share your Family subscription with others. It also invites you to explore and experience premium features. For example, Editor provides online help to make your documents crisp and clear. In addition, Money in Excel allows you to easily take charge of your finances.
How it works
To access Your Subscription Benefits Center, simply click on the diamond icon in the title bar of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, or Outlook for Windows.
Scenarios to try
Open Your Subscription Benefits Center and:
- Click the Apps & Benefits tab, and then scroll through the different benefits available to you.
- Click the Premium Features tab, and then try one of the premium features listed.
If the premium feature is available to the application that you are in, Your Subscription Benefits Center will give you the option to directly launch the feature. For example, it will launch PowerPoint Designer when you are in PowerPoint.
- Windows 10
- Needs a Microsoft 365 subscription.
- Is available to Microsoft 365 Personal and Family subscription users.
Availability in Microsoft 365
This feature is rolling out to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook Beta Channel users who are running Office Version 2103 Build 13901.20140 or later.
Microsoft releases features over some time to ensure things are working smoothly. They highlight features that you may not have because they’re slowly releasing to larger numbers of Insiders. Sometimes they remove elements to further improve them based on your feedback. And also reserve the option to pull a feature entirely out of the product.