Microsoft's Excel team is holding a Reddit AMA today at 9 a.m. PST

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Microsoft's Excel team will be taking to Reddit to hold an Ask Me Anything (AMA) today at 9 a.m. PST. For those not familiar with how it works, the team will be around for an unspecified length of time, usually around 2 hours, answering questions as people are posting them. This is a great way for users to engage with the people behind the scenes of Excel, and to get answers to different questions.

Sometimes, some goodies are revealed during Reddit AMA, so if you've got any questions, or are curious about what others may ask, you'll want to tune in at 9 a.m. PST.

Source: Excel (Twitter)

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  • Yau
  • Ohk, will be there
  • The OneDrive team needs to do one
  • If OneDrive will do AMA, elect they will receive burns from the Reddit. And the team might just thrown us back with words like "Productivity","Quality","Cost-Effective","Premium","Customer-centric","We listen to feedbacks","Telemetry",etc.
  • Haha love it. Mostly WC is full of (what you usually do in a WC ;) so it's nice to see some intelligent commentary!
  • LOL, man! Frankly, I'm sick of this attitude of MS spouting buzz words and acting like a big brother. And other companies are doing this too.
  • They're going to get questions about OneDrive for sure!!
  • I'm willing to bet on that. :P
  • I have every intention to spam them with OneDrive questions even though its the wrong team.
  • Spam everything Microsoft until its fixed
  • Pointless, I'd be more interested in what the Band team have to say.
  • How boring lol
  • Onedrive team should be having an AMA.
  • Everyone should ask the same question: "What the fuck is up with OneDrive?", and just keep clogging up the AMA with it.