In October, the @opensuse and LibreOffice communities will have a shared conference – and we already have a logo! Thanks to Kukuh Syafaat for the design:

As seen elsewhere on social media... And this happens a lot! Let's keep spreading the word about LibreOffice, and how it respects users' freedom and privacy – and doesn't lock them in.

LibreOffice 6.4 is nearly here – and in the meantime, our documentation community has been updating the guides! For instance, the guide for the Math module is already available:

LibreOffice 6.4 is due to be released at the end of this month! Our community and certified developers are working on new features and ironing out bugs – if you have some technical knowledge, give them a hand:

We believe that powerful productivity tools should be available to all, in as many languages as possible! Saikeo Kavhanxay is translating LibreOffice into Lao, for instance – learn how you can also help with other languages:

Do you find LibreOffice useful for your work? Support our community with a donation! Help us to organise events, share knowledge, and improve the software and its documentation further:

Our Telegram group has 890 members! Join us to chat about LibreOffice – the software, the community, and the future:

LibreOffice 6.4 is due to be released in late January! Help us to polish the new features and squash any remaining bugs, in the upcoming Bug Hunting Session on December 23. You don't need to be a programmer – you can help by simply testing the pre-release!

LibreOffice tip of the day: Move paragraphs up and down in a Writer document, without having to cut and paste! Just place the cursor in a paragraph, then press Ctrl+Alt+arrow keys (up/down) - or on macOS, Cmd+Alt+arrow keys

Love LibreOffice? Want to help spread the word? And do you speak another language than English? Give us a hand with social media around the world – you can build up valuable experience too!

Learn how to deploy, configure and use LibreOffice Online – the web-based version of LibreOffice – with our new guidebook! Thanks to Aaron Peters and the Google Summer of Docs for making it happen: @GoogleOSS

LibreOffice tip of the day: In Calc, the spreadsheet, you can select a large range of cells without scrolling. Just type the range reference (eg A1:A1000) in the name box in the top-left, then hit Enter.

Update time! LibreOffice 6.3.4 is now available, including over 120 bugfixes and document compatibility improvements. Discover more and download it today:

In November, LibreOffice's QA (Quality Assurance) community fixed 236 bugs in the software. You can give them a hand with testing bug reports – you don't need to be a programmer! Learn more here:

LibreOffice tip of the day: Want a different icon set in the user interface? Go to the menu: Tools > Options > LibreOffice > View > User Interface > Icon style. Here's Breeze, for instance!

LibreOffice uses the OpenDocument format, designed to make interoperability easier - benefiting everyone! But LibreOffice also opens files from proprietary office tools, even if they're in cryptic formats. See how we're improving PowerPoint compatibility:

Today is International Volunteer Day! LibreOffice is made possible thanks to the contributions of hundreds of volunteers around the world, and today we want to say a big thanks to them:

Announcing the sticker (and mug) winners from the Month of LibreOffice, November 2019! If you contributed to the project last month, you can claim a cool sticker pack – and some lucky contributors get a snazzy glass mug too. Details here:

So much is happening in the LibreOffice community! In November we had events, new releases, interviews, the Month of LibreOffice (to win cool swag) and much more:

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