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LibreOffice 7.2 is here! Check out highlights of the new features in this quick video – and thanks to everyone in our community who made them happen!

And we have liftoff! Today, LibreOffice 7.2 launches with many new features, compatibility improvements and performance boosts. Learn all about it – and install it:

LibreOffice’s documentation team is driven by volunteers around the world – and today we're saying a special thanks to translators in our Czech community!

Just a few days to go until LibreOffice 7.2 arrives... Exciting! In the meantime, you can check out the detailed list of new features here:

Tech deep dive – it's the third (and final) part of our series about fixing interoperability bugs in LibreOffice! Learn about the magic behind the scenes:

Our conference next month is coming up – and sponsorship packages are still open! Connect with one of the largest and most dynamic FOSS communities, with supporters, volunteers and users in every country in the world:

Love LibreOffice? Help us to spread the word! You can make quick tutorial videos, to help people get more out of the software – like Jessé Moreira does:

New tender: The Document Foundation is looking for an individual or company to implement support for editing and creation of Dynamic Diagrams in LibreOffice:

We're gearing up for the release of LibreOffice 7.2... But lots more happened in July! Check out our summary of updates, new docs releases, interviews and more:

Last month, we had a competition to design the logo for the upcoming LibreOffice Conference 2021 – and here's the winner! Thanks to Alan Ward for creating the design. More details here:

LibreOffice tip of the day: Seeing a strange error code in Calc, like "Err:" followed by a number? This page gives the explanation:

LibreOffice 7.2 is due in a few weeks, and will include a UNO object inspector thanks to Tomaž Vajngerl at Collabora. This will make it easier to develop macros and extensions:

Looking for video tutorials for LibreOffice? Our community has made a few – but we'd appreciate help creating even more! If you have some video editing skills, please lend us a hand:

How do bugs get fixed in LibreOffice? And prevented from ever creeping in again? Dive under the hood of the software and learn how the QA process works:

Did you know? LibreOffice includes a feature-packed vector image editor called Draw. Learn all about it with the new Draw Guide 7.1, created by the ever awesome LibreOffice docs community:

In LibreOffice 7.2, due in August, Calc can filter by color in Autofilter (both cell background color and text color). Importing from and exporting to OOXML is also supported. Feature implemented by Samuel Mehbrodt at Allotropia –

LibreOffice is getting a new website! Meat the design team, who volunteered their time and skills to make the new site simpler, cleaner and easier to use:

LibreOffice tip of the day: Select options in Tools > Options > LibreOffice Writer > Formatting Aids > Display to specify which non-printing characters are displayed.

Have your say in the future of LibreOffice! Help out in our projects and join The Document Foundation (the non-profit behind LibreOffice) as a Member, like Jackson Cavalcanti Junior did:

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