What you need to know
- Microsoft Lens now supports scanning up to 100 pages on iOS to create PDFs.
- The update also includes several performance improvements and bug fixes.
- Microsoft recently changed the name of Office Lens to Microsoft Lens.
Microsoft Lens recently received an update that makes it easier to scan large documents on iOS devices. The update brings the option to create PDFs when scanning up to 100 pages. It's a small change that should come in handy when scanning longer contracts, books, or documents.
Here's the complete changelog, as found on the Microsoft Lens App Store listing:
- Increased limit to 100 pages per scan for local PDF creation
- Performance Improvements and Bug Fixes
You may not recognize the Microsoft Lens name yet. Microsoft only recently changed the name from Office Lens to Microsoft Lens. When Microsoft announced that name change, it announced that new features, including the ability to scan up to 100 pages to create PDFs, were on the way. Those features rolled out first to Android and now are available on the iOS version of the app.
When Microsoft outlines the upcoming changes in a Tech Community post, it said that they would roll out over the coming months. That means that it's likely that we'll see more features roll out to Microsoft Lens on iOS soon.
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