Microsoft is killing its wildest work-sharing experiment before it even really had a chance
Like I said, it's a little hard to explain. Which may be why GigJam never rated a full, formal release: It got a free preview in the summer of 2016 for anybody to try, but it never really caught on. On September 22, 2017, the GigJam preview will officially close down for good.Still, speaking personally, I love weird experimental apps like GigJam, and I'm sorry to see it go. Still, Microsoft says that at least some of the ideas pioneered in GigJam could have a future. GigJam introduced a new way to spontaneously create unstructured workflows and the Preview delivered learnings and insights that will inform future product experiences," Microsoft in the blog post.
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