New Experience Issues
In the new experience, our users still want: 1) to check-in multiple files; 2) open .msg and .pdf files in their client application without having to download it; and 3) in the viewer while looking at a pdf file with an electronic signature, the signature disappears; we'd like to see the signature please.
Tony L commented
in our sites we use a dark theme. when we display a msg file in a library in the browser it's unreadable with black text on black background. We could change the theme but that would be too big a change. It should display the same as when you view another document like a PDF in the browser
Tony L commented
this is needed soon as possible. Also it's the same in MS teams; showing the email in the browser does not show the attachments. So you have to download then open which is very inefficient. There may be several emails in the library to view quickly
Carl Willows commented
We would like the function installed of being able to send templated emails with attachments from the new SharePoint (like the previous version)
Robert Kirkup commented
In the migrated SharePoint site we need to be able to:-
1) Send template emails
2) Highlight and colour parts of the notes of a case so that important information is immediately obvious.
3) Each new note on a case needs to be separate from the previous one so that the progress of a case can be seen. At the moment a new note runs on immediately after the previous one so it is hard to differentiate between the two.
Elliot Hutchens commented
Please implement this, particularly opening email in outlook!
Please implement these requests, particularly opening email in Outlook. The need to download emails to view attachments presents a clear security issue, and being cumbersome it discourages user adoption of SharePoint Online.
Please add option 2 as soon as possible!! This is very annoying that you can't open the attachment after you viewed the email.
Sometimes you want to respond on the viewed email, but that is now also not possible!
Almost 2 years now without a response from Microsoft?
Florence Deshaye commented
We strongly agree with this suggestion. Many of our users need to work with email templates that they can easily edit in Outlook. A better integration with Adobe Acrobat would also be much appreciated.
Please allow .msg and .pdf files to open directly in the client application.
Sasa Jojic commented
This is the problem that effects my coworkers.
Option with downloading files to see the attachment is an inconvenience for them. Specially when you are dealing with a lot of files.
Yes, please! Soon!
Really need this, it seems like such an easy thing to do too
Susan Moynihan commented
this seems like an obvious requirement, users in our organisation are anti using SharePoint when it throws up issues such as this...causes time delays and confusion
My colleague tells me this problem also applies to html files so that needs to be fixed too please
René Henriksen commented
Would very much like the option to open .msg files in Outlook!
Why is this a querstion ??
OFC we want this !
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[Deleted User] commented
Please add the functionality to open .msg and .pdf files in their client application without having to download it!
(Thank you for adding check-in multiple files. It took only about 4 years...).
Please add the functionality to open .msg and .pdf files in their client application without having to download it.
This is a big issue for us, too. The files should definetly open automatically in Outlook.