Open Office is a piece of software that is used by millions of people around the world. Because of this, there are many developers who do their best to create a wide variety of different extensions and templates to build the experience around what you want and need. Today, it has been officially announced that a new storage facility has been opened to further support both users and developers.
This new storage facility will hold all of the extensions and templates that developers create and will make them available for everyone who wants to use them. At the moment, it hasn’t been released to the public as a lot of work still needs to be done but as long as you keep up to date with the progress, you should see the new storage facility in action.
The person in charge of the project has clearly stated that he would like the project to be completed as soon as possible. Google are well known for the fact that GMail was placed in the beta stage for over 10 years and this is something that will be avoided with this new announcement. It is important that users are able to benefit from this new facility without having to wait for a long period of time for it to happen.
We must also note that this storage facility will only be able to store extensions and templates that use the same license as the official software itself. This has been done to make things much simpler for users, they can see that everything they download is freely available just like the office suite. If you aren’t a developer, you probably won’t have to worry about this too much. Concentrating on using the package is probably for the best.
As well as extensions and templates, there will also be a lot of guides and tutorials held in it to make sure that users can get instant access to help guides should they need it. You can already see a lot of these live on our website right now but you should consider to see more as we do our best to continue writing them and making things easier for you.
The suite will always do its best to support users in any way it can. If you don’t already use it, we recommend that you use the Open Office download that we have ready for you to retrieve today. It really only takes a few minutes to get everything up and running on your computer.