How to get your Microsoft Office 365 account to use Windows Hello in a web browser version one month old
Posted On June 12, 2021
Version one month since the announcement of Windows Hello, Microsoft has now released the Windows Hello version of its new app, Office 365.
In addition to the new features and functionality, it’s now available in the Google Play Store.
To download the app from the Play Store, open up the Settings app and tap Settings > Privacy & Security > Privacy Settings > Security.
The app is now available on Google Play for free.
The new version is available to all users on all platforms, and Microsoft is planning to make it available to its Windows Insider Program users as well.
In addition to using the new Windows Hello app in your Office 365 PC, users can also log into their existing Office 365 accounts through Windows Hello using their Google account.
Users will be prompted to create an account and sign in to their existing accounts.
When prompted, they will be asked to enable the new feature to access their Office 365 email accounts.
The feature will also be available in Outlook on Android, iOS, Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows Server 2016, so it should be easy to access the new functionality across these platforms.
Microsoft said that the Windows 10 Mobile and Windows 10 Enterprise versions of the app will also support Windows Hello.
Microsoft also plans to support all other versions of Windows 10 as well, including versions that don’t support the new Microsoft Accounts.
Windows Hello is also the first time Microsoft has released the feature to other platforms.
The company said earlier this month that it will support iOS, Android, Windows 8.x, Windows RT, Windows Server 2012, Windows Mobile and more on the Windows Store, including on iOS, Mac OS X, and Windows Phone.
Microsoft has also promised support for Android and Windows RT in the future.
Microsoft is also planning to bring support for the new app to the Xbox Store, though the company hasn’t confirmed if it will be available for Xbox One users at this time.