Sway, Microsoft's multimedia presentation tool from its Office division, has been updated for Windows 10 on the PC. It includes a redesigned My Sway page that allows users to find their presentations faster.
Here's a look at what's new and improved in Sway (via MSPU):
- My Sways - We've redesigned the My Sways page to make it easier to find your Sways and view featured Sways.
- Maximize Storyline - You can now hide the Preview pane for a more focused editing experience.
- Accessibility Support - We've made several improvements including better screen reader, high contrast, and keyboard support. We've also added an accessibility checker that flags alt text and hyperlink issues, and makes it easy for you to fix them immediately.
- Miscellaneous — We've fixed several bugs in this release.
Microsoft first launched Sway for Windows 10 in August 2015, and at the time it promised that a version for Windows 10 Mobile was in the works for a release "in the coming months". However that app has yet to make its debut. Hopefully it will arrive with the release of the Windows 10 Mobile Anniversary Update.