Back in March, Microsoft announced Microsoft 365 Personal and Microsoft 365 Family, the consumer version of its product. For subscribers using the Microsoft Excel Office app, there are a couple of new features in the pipeline. According to Microsoft, a new Money in Excel tool is now available in the United States. Furthermore, the Stock History feature we discussed last week will be available later this week. Let's start with Money in Excel, a feature that provides access to financial information that is displayed in a chart or spreadsheet. When a user sets up the tool, they can receive “bank, credit card, investment and loan accounts.” Designed to help people better track their finances, the Money feature provides an overview of monthly spending. Excel will send notifications about “increases in your subscription fees, changes in bank and overdraft charges, or any big purchases that were posted during the month.” Users can also add their own custom spending fields into spreadsheets. As mentioned, Money is limited to the United States for the time being. Microsoft says the feature will expand globally but has not put a date on that expansion.
Microsoft Excel Gets New Money Feature to Chart Monthly Spending
Microsoft 365 Personal and Family users are also getting STOCKHISTORY in Excel, with both features arriving this week.