As I said, now that we’ve been dealing with Office 2021 for a few weeks and have used it on a daily basis, we can say that we don’t really want to do without it anymore. We never had the feeling that a function was missing or that we had to search for a function for a long time. It felt like everything was in the right place. But of course not everything is perfect either, because a “Share” function with which you can only share documents with others via “OneDrive” is nothing half and nothing whole. This definitely needs to be reworked!
The same applies to the “AutoSave” function, which is available in Word but not in Excel. And why is it suggested to us here that we can activate automatic saving, but then again subject to restrictions in the form of the OneDrive cloud. What shoud that? This point should also be improved.
But now we come to the question of whether the switch is worthwhile for you.
One thing is clear: Office 2021 is absolutely not a “must have” but it is fun to work with. If you come from Office 2019, you can actually do without it, and everyone who has worked with Office 2016 or even older versions can definitely recommend the change, as there are so many new features hidden here.