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Excel got a lot of new features in 2023, but some users think they disrupted the platform

2023 was a year of big changes for Microsoft Excel, and all the other Microsoft 365 apps. The data-managing platform received a lot of new features this year, that greatly changed the way users worked on the platform, while also letting them choose if they want to use some of these capabilities or not.

2023 was a year of big changes for Microsoft Excel, and all the other Microsoft 365 apps. The data-managing platform received a lot of new features this year, that greatly changed the way users worked on the platform, while also letting them choose if they want to use some of these capabilities or not.

Here are the highlights of this year in Excel:

By far the most important one is Copilot, which lets Excel users access data easier, summarize it in seconds, and also receive recommendations from the AI tool regarding formulas, next steps, and so on. Together with the other Microsoft 365 apps, Copilot was released to Excel recently, in November 2023, so some users might still be in the process of learning how to work with it.

All of the features mentioned above are more or less optional to users. To be more exact, they’re integrated into Excel, but users are free to use them only if they want to.

But was it? Let’s break it down.

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