Microsoft Word sets to get a new fan-favorite feature coming to the web application
Microsoft Word is set to get an update that will stretch out a fan-favorite feature to the web application.
As per a roadmap entry released(opens in a new tab) by Microsoft, those that use the word processor exclusively on the web will soon profit from the popular dark mode feature.
“Dark Mode in Word for Web will provide a modern look for documents while giving users the ability to reduce eye strain and accommodate light sensitivity from long hours at a computer screen,” the organization explains.
The roadmap says the feature is at present being developed, even though it lists the general accessibility as May 2022, which either recommends the rollout is inescapable or that the release timeframe is somewhat longer than stated.
Microsoft Word is easily among the best office software products going at present, particularly on the off chance that you work at a major organization or study as a student. It’s pervasive, with good reason.
While Google Docs is great (and, clearly, free), Word offers so many powerful features for pros and anybody who wants to dig into settings to get their document perfectly.
Considering how long we collectively spend taking a gander at screens, particularly during work hours, having a dark mode is an essential feature for essentially all software in 2022.
Anybody pulling a dusk ’til dawn affair in the library or working on a document until quite a bit later will see the value in this impending component for Word.
We can only hope that a dark mode likewise makes its way to the rest of the Microsoft 365 web application suite sometime soon.