Allow me to upload files to my document library from the app
I wanted to be able to upload a photo from my mobile device directly into the document library. I was instead forced to launch the one drive app that I didn't have.
is this in the roadmap. most of the guidance from microsoft is to save in sharepoint for corporate or shared docs. we followed that recommendation for our clients as well as rolling out Intune which requires outlook mobile to be useful. so with that said, i now have a mobile story that is really doesnt support microsoft's messaging fully. can you please let us know when sharepoint will be an "account" on outlook for iOS so that an attachment in outlook can be saved to sharepoint. the story for onedrive is there as is google drive, dropbox and box. so why not support shareoint
Going thru Site Contents is not an acceptable workaround! The SharePoint app should allow for files to be uploaded directly to any library in the navigation from an IOS device. It appears as if libraries are read-only when using the App, as there is no upload feature/icon. Please fix!
This needs to be a must for Android and IOS. Any updates on this Microsoft? Or is there any work around through Teams?
same here. our internal end-users are totally confused even with the workaround via using the browser. I would really apreciate it, when this could be added to the iOS version!
Just to clarify, you can't upload documents directly to Sharepoint from iOS right via the Sharepoint app?
The plus sign only gives you the option to make a folder.
(Rant on hold until this is confirmed.)
If this could work as seemlessly as the OneDrive app, that would be fantastic. The solution right now, logging in to Sharepoint through a browser and then uploading, is too cumbersome.
why you no work, sharepoint...
Bortek Industries commented
I found a potential workaround. Create a modern page with the document library you'd like to upload to as added as a web app/part. I'm able to upload files on the iOS SharePoint app by navigating to a modern page set up in this way, even though accessing the document library directly gives much fewer options.
Star D. commented
My experience mirrored the original poster's. I was trying to access a Picture Library (both via Site Contents and the link under "Recent" in the Quick Launch) and was prompted to get the OneDrive App.
Additionally, after I installed it, the OneDrive app will not open that Picture Library (the SharePoint App will, but only through Site Contents) .