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LibreOffice is more than just software – it's a worldwide community, working together on something they love. Learn what they did in January, in the lead-up to LibreOffice 7.1: blog.documentfoundation.org/bl

LibreOffice 7.1 includes many user interface refinements thanks to Rizal Muttaqin and our Design community. Learn about improvements to the Elementary icon theme, and how consistency has been improved: libreofficemaster.blogspot.com

LibreOffice Calc tip of the day: Click a column field (row) PivotTable and press F12 to group data. Choices adapt to content: Date (month, quarter, year), number (classes)

Clear point for @libreoffice : giving me options on .csv export on string escapes and separation character. Unlike MS Excel, which just saves along the system-wide language preferences and undisclosed own rules on which strings need to be escaped and which not.

Enjoying the new LibreOffice 7.1 release? Come and say hello to the community behind it, at the online FOSDEM event! We'll have a virtual "booth" this Saturday, and technical talks on Sunday: fosdem.org/2021/schedule/track

Congratulations to @libreoffice@twitter.com on the release of LibreOffice 7.1 🎇

It is great to make beautiful contributions and being a strong partner in the ecosystem and part of the amazing community. 🤝

Learn more about #Collabora's work for this #LibreOffice! collaboraoffice.com/desktop/co

Big news: LibreOffice 7.1 is here! Huge thanks to all our volunteers and certified developers for making it happen. Discover the new features and improvements in this release, and why we're calling it "Community": blog.documentfoundation.org/bl

Americans! And Canadians! There are some gaps here, on our map of LibreOffice community contributors. Let's fix that! Help out with our projects, get involved in LibreOffice, and let us know if you'd like to be added to the map: libreoffice.org/community/comm

LibreOffice tip of the day: Select a different icon set from Tools > Options > LibreOffice > View > User Interface > Icon style.

Calling all school and university students! How can we make LibreOffice better for you? And how can you join our projects and build up your skills? Today we're announcing LibreOffice New Generation, bringing new people into our community: blog.documentfoundation.org/bl

A huge update for this webpage is just finished 🌞
A great solution for schools and education: use @moodle@twitter.com nicely integrated with #CollaboraOnline. 🍀

👉 collaboraoffice.com/collabora-

#UniventionSummit21 #digitalsouvereignty #homeschool #gdpr

LibreOffice Calc tip of the day: You can easily optimize your table per Table > Size > Distribute Rows / Columns Evenly.

Easy to use, flexible to integrate! Collabora Online for education👌

Visit our brand new information page to find out why #CollaboraOnline is a great solution for #homeschooling, universities, and schools.

🎓 collaboraoffice.com/collabora-

#privacy #gdpr

LibreOffice Calc tip of the day: Want to sum a cell through several sheets? Refer to the range of sheets e.g. =SUM(Sheet1.A1:Sheet3.A1)

Power up! Take the next step from being a LibreOffice user – become part of the community that makes it happen, like Felipe Viggiano and Zhenghua Fong. You can learn new skills, build up experience, and have fun too: blog.documentfoundation.org/bl

Check out the thousands of people who've contributed to LibreOffice over the years – many of them volunteers: libreoffice.org/about-us/credi – And then find out how you can join them, build up your skills, and meet new people libreoffice.org/about-us/credi

Submitted (and got merged) my first "patch" to @libreoffice

The fix itself is quite minor: rewording a few sentences and fixing typos. But I am pretty #proud because of how much work it is to get setup with a dev environment, and to understand the submission process of such a massive #FLOSS project. Phew!

gerrit.libreoffice.org/c/core/

Fingers crossed it's not my first _and last_ commit to the project 😄

Tech time! Discover what's going on "under the hood" in LibreOffice. Tomaž Vajngerl on behalf of Collabora Office is working on a UNO object inspector, which will make it easier to develop macros and extensions: tomazvajngerl.blogspot.com/202

LibreOffice tip of the day: To print the notes of your slides in Impress, go to File > Print > Impress tab and select Notes under Document > Type.

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