The three iWork apps -- Keynote, Numbers and Pages -- received a major update today. All three of the apps now have access to a library of "over 500 professionally drawn shapes" that can be used to enhance the documents you're working on, and those collaborating on iWork documents can reply to comments and join threaded conversations. In addition, Apple says that "new auto-correction and text replacement options save time while typing", and the Stock and Currency functions will return data from the previous market day's close.
Keynote 7.2 (macOS) also has new pan and zoom options, allows presenters to edit notes while displaying slides in Light Table view, and has improved support for Hebrew and Arabic languages.
Numbers 4.2 (macOS) adds support for print preview in collaborative spreadsheets, as well as the functions described earlier.
Pages 6.2 (macOS) adds several features that turn it into a page layout powerhouse. Linked text boxes make it easy to have text flow from one location to another, documents can be exported as fixed layout ePub books, and it's now possible to change margins, headers, footers and paper size while collaborating on a document.
All of the iOS versions have been updated to version 3.2, and have the same new features. Head to the appropriate App Store to find and install the updates.