iWork for iCloud Updated With Interactive Charts, Improved Collaborative Capabilities

iWork for iCloud received an update today, adding a range of new features to Pages, Keynote, and Numbers, further boosting the real-time collaboration capabilities of the apps. It is now possible to collaborate with up to 100 people (previous limit was 50) on a single document and users are also able to create 2D and interactive charts in all three apps.

Larger documents, up to 1GB in size, can be edited, and larger images up to 10MB in size can be added to documents. Chart formatting is now available in all three apps, and there are new color options.

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Keynote has also gained the ability to show and hide slide numbers, while Numbers now supports alternating row colors in tables and the ability to export to CSV. Pages supports exporting to ePub, object layering, and inserting and editing inline tables.

The iWork for iCloud software is available to all users for free, and it can be accessed through Apple's iCloud.com website.

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LordQ Avatar
132 months ago
Wait.

People use iCloud?
More often than you'd think, it's an amazing service.
Score: 14 Votes (Like | Disagree)
The Doctor11 Avatar
132 months ago
I edit documents with 100 people all the time :rolleyes:
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juancarlosh Avatar
132 months ago
It is a lost race. iWork for iCloud and for iOS are not only slowing but greatly limiting the capabilities of iWork for the Mac. It is sad.

https://medium.com/creative-business/ba2c9173f666
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Ann P Avatar
132 months ago
Wait.



People use iCloud?
Yes. Where have you been?
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BaldiMac Avatar
132 months ago
I still don't understand why I'd want to use a web version of iWork over a native version for the Mac or iOS.

I can think of three reasons:
1) You're not on a Mac or iOS device
2) You are on someone else's Mac without iWork installed
3) Real-time collaboration
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Futurix Avatar
132 months ago
People use iCloud?

Yes, we do.
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