Docs.com Microsoft has updated their platform for document exchange
Microsoft is preparing to resume file-sharing service known as Docs.com. This is evidenced by the launch a brand new website which is currently in beta version but is already open for users. The only condition is the presence of a Microsoft account.
As the name implies, Docs.com designed for document exchange, and probably in autumn will be integrated into the final version of Office 2016. However, the service itself is not new – the first time the company introduced it in 2010.
Docs works not only with files on your computer and those stored on OneDrive. The platform supports Word documents, PowerPoint, Excel, PDF, Office Mix and Sway, and allows you to put content on websites. Docs also offers the ability to share files on social networks or through references.
It should be noted that the service is available only in the web version and it is not clear whether the company plans to release a mobile app Docs for leading platforms.