Weeks after announcing, Microsoft is launching its Create app in the public preview channel for testing. Interested users can sign-up to get started.
Microsoft Create is a one-place hub for all your digital creations, where you can make presentations, documents, videos, and photo editing using various templates and in various Microsoft apps. Users need to sign-up for the Microsoft Designer app, too, and should have Microsoft 365 subscription.
Microsoft Create Public Testing
As announced in the Surface event last month, Microsoft Create is now available for everyone to test in beta mode. The website essentially brings all the Microsoft content creation apps to one place and lets you create any stuff you like.
Touted as the “ultimate creator launchpad,” Microsoft wants users to have its Microsoft 365 subscriptions to access it. If you do, you can sign-up for the Create service and start creating content as you wish. With all the native tools, you can create presentations, social video posts, birthday cards, etc., with ease.
Microsoft has various templates for almost every type of content you want to create. All you need to do is to sign in and select the project you want to create. And Microsoft will show you a bunch of relevant templates to start off.
For example, if you choose a template for making a resume, Microsoft Create will take you to the Word app. And if you want to make a video for Instagram or TikTok, you’ll be taken to Clipchamp. In the case of presentation, it’s PowerPoint. You can also check the “Learn & grow” section to check tips from professionals on content creation.
While it’s good that you have all templates in one place, some aren’t available yet. And it’s because the app is still in preview mode and even requires users to sign-up for the Microsoft Designer first. As Microsoft develops Create further, the company is seeking feedback from the early users to improve it.