The Document Foundation started yesterday the second bug-finding session for the next update of its LibreOffice 6.2 office suite, which will arrive next year with many improvements and some new features.
Expecting it to arrive in February next year, LibreOffice 6.2 will be the second semi-major update in the LibreOffice 6 series, bringing with it a handful of enhancements and new features to make everyday office work easier and more enjoyable. Among these features is a new design for the user interface named Notebookbar.
The Notebookbar interface is included in the beta version of LibreOffice 6.2 if you want to try it right now, as well as integration with KDE Plasma 5 and many other improvements that could come in official LibreOffice 6.2.
LibreOffice 6.2's second bug hunt has ended successfully
The second bug hunting session took place yesterday and the IRC channel # libreoffice-qa or the Telegram group was used to report the progress.
Of course, if you have not managed to be present in this second search for errors, you can download the LibreOffice beta that will be available until the middle of December 2018, which you can run alongside the stable version without any problem.
You can read the announcement and the results of this second search in the Official Site.