However, Office 2016 is still rolling out and it could take a few weeks to get the upgrade notification.
This chart from the Office 365 community shows the upgrade timeline based on Office 365 plans or versions (the table is blank for Office 365 Home, Personal, or University but you can upgrade to Office 2016 now with those plans): If you don't want to wait for the upgrade notification, you can manually install or upgrade to Office 2016 by going to the Office website and signing into your Microsoft account. Sign into your Microsoft account from the My Account page. Click on Install and then Install again on the next screen.
Click on the notification and follow the prompts to update to the latest version.This release will also include the new Office 2106 app updates.But based on customer feedback, Microsoft says it’s introducing a new update model called “Current Branch for Business,” which will offer three cumulative feature updates per year, while continuing to offer monthly security updates.There's no definitive answer to that question, because it all comes down to what you need from these kinds of programs.Office and Google Docs, the two apps I'll focus on here, both have pluses and minuses.