Not too long ago Apple released macOS Catalina 10.15.4 to the public, along with iOS 13.4 and iPadOs 13.4, which brought the long-awaited iCloud Drive Folder Sharing feature to the public.

Update: Apple has also released the corresponding updates for Pages, Keynote, and Numbers for iOS as well. This means the iOS apps also now officially support iCloud Drive Folder Sharing, along with other new features and important changes.

Apple also updated iMovie to support mouse and trackpad support, features new keyboard shortcuts, and more.

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And while that support is required, apps also have to be updated to take advantage of the new feature as well. That includes Apple’s first-party suite of apps that’s part of the iWork label. That includes Pages, Keynote, and Numbers, all of which have been updated to version 10.0 today. And while there are quite a few features being added to the mix, iCloud Drive Folder Sharing is the shining beacon of the bunch.

There are quite a few changes and additions with the latest version of each app, so I’m just going to get out of the way and let the release notes do the talking:

Pages

• Select from a variety of gorgeous new templates to help you get started.

• Add a Pages document to a shared iCloud Drive folder to automatically start collaborating. Requires macOS 10.15.4.

• Add a drop cap to make a paragraph stand out with a large, decorative first letter.

• Apply a color, gradient, or image to the background of any document.

• Easily access your recently used templates in a redesigned template chooser.

• Print or export a PDF of your document with comments included.

• Edit shared documents while offline and your changes will upload when you’re back online.

• Enhance your documents with a variety of new, editable shapes.

Keynote

• Add a Keynote presentation to a shared iCloud Drive folder to automatically start collaborating. Requires macOS 10.15.4.

• Edit shared presentations while offline and your changes will upload when you’re back online.

• Select from a variety of gorgeous new themes to help you get started.

• Easily access your recently used themes in a redesigned theme chooser.

• Print or export a PDF of your presentation with comments included.

• Add a drop cap to make text stand out with a large, decorative first letter.

• Enhance your presentations with a variety of new, editable shapes.

• New “Keyboard” text build in and build out animation

Numbers

• Create spreadsheets with more rows and columns than ever before.

• Apply a color to the background of a sheet.

• Add a Numbers spreadsheet to a shared iCloud Drive folder to automatically start collaborating. Requires macOS 10.15.4.

• Edit shared spreadsheets while offline and your changes will upload when you’re back online.

• Easily access your recently used templates in a redesigned template chooser.

• Print or export a PDF of your spreadsheet with comments included.

• Add a drop cap to text in a shape.

• Enhance your spreadsheets with a variety of new, editable shapes

Each of the iWork apps are available now. It’s worth noting, too, that the iOS versions of these apps haven’t been updated to reflect similar changes just yet, but that should happen soon enough.