Office 16.67 (Build 22110600) includes additional features like undo send to Outlook and support for macOS notifications.

Microsoft has made the Current Channel Office Insiders operating macOS available Office preview version 16.67 (Build 22110600). There are numerous new features added to Excel and Outlook in the most recent Office Insiders preview release. There are no bug fixes or enhancements in this release.

When a screen reader is active, the most recent Office Insider build for macOS improves support for auto-complete lists. When you use the arrow keys to go through the list, the functional names can now be read by screen readers. Additionally, it gives Outlook two beneficial new features.

Users of Outlook who are using the most recent Office version on a Mac will be able to cancel email sending. So, the Undo Send command can assist you in stopping the email from being sent if it contains errors such as missing attachments, typos, and erroneous recipients. Additionally, you may now select how to view Outlook meeting reminders. You can select the dependable in-app notification or the brand-new macOS-based notifications for time-sensitive events from the Outlook settings, as Microsoft mentioned in the official changelog.

To learn more about these changes, read the full changelog that is provided below.


For Office Insider Current Channel users on Mac, Microsoft typically releases a new Office update once per month that includes new features and improvements. Next month, Microsoft is also anticipated to release a new Office Insider Build. If we discover anything intriguing in the update, we’ll keep you informed.

Open any Office programme and select File > Account > Update Options > Update Now to get the most recent Microsoft Office Insider Preview Build.
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