add custom mime-type
add custom mime-type (such as .svg file) to IIS so that it can open directly in browser other than download it
Louis-Philippe MacAulay Bruneau commented
Please fix this. It doesn't make sense not to be able to handle other types of files.
Please allow add custom mime-type
Jordie Duce commented
Since .SVG is part of the HTML 5 standard, you NEED to support it in the web browser.
Felix Bohnacker commented
I can only support this idea.
For instance, there are plenty of people in our company using MindJet MindManager. Working with these files in SharePoint Online is a major hassle for them as SharePoint Online doesn't allow adding custom MIME types (unlike SharePoint On-Premises).
ERic VanROy commented
I am not sure if I should add a separate suggestion, or just add the KBDX file extension to open KeePass documents directly. I have this setup on Prem, but we can't move to SharePoint Online until this is in place.
kevin foster commented
Rajiv Chokshi commented
Please allow opening .OFT files directly in SPO instead of forcing to save.
Don't understand why this is being limited via 365? If I want to host static files off of my sharepoint 365 server, why would I possibly be denied that?
Jonathan Dunne commented
Please fix the issue re: .oft files saving instead of opening.