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  1. Perhaps you are allow to change default landing page

    If you allow admin to change landing page to SharePoint home page or allow admin to other default pages

    35 votes
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  2. Sharepoint on iOS 11 file app

    Through OneDrive, enable us to access Sharepoint document repositories through the iOS files app. This would make uploading files from other Files compliant apps a lot easier.

    34 votes
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  3. 33 votes
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  4. Mobile view of servey list

    Mobile view does not work on a survey list. it should work on this list.

    32 votes
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  5. Mark folder or library as offline access

    Being able to mark a folder or library as offline I one go would be a lifesaver. Must work with on premise installation

    32 votes
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  6. View .msg files

    The ability to view/preview .msg files in the SharePoint iOS app

    31 votes
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  7. calendar categories

    Sharepoint Calendar categories.
    If you amend existing / create your own, they do not not show up on the mobile Sharepoint app. If you have calendar overlays on your SP site the events entered on mobile app with "old standard style" category do not show!! Why must the mobile view default to the standard calendar categories???

    31 votes
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  8. Display of Excel sheets in the file viewer web part

    *English follows Japanese
    ■Title(件名):
    ファイル ビューアー Web パーツでの Excel の表示について
    Display of Excel sheets in the file viewer web part


    ■Description(内容):
    モダン ページにおいて、ファイル ビューアー Web パーツとしてグラフ データを含む Excel シートを配置した場合、PC の Web ブラウザー経由で閲覧すると、グラフ データ部分も正常に表示されますが、iOS 等のモバイル デバイス経由で閲覧すると、グラフ データが正しく表示されない動作を確認しております。
    これらは、モダン ページにおける自動でのスケーリング機能による影響も受けている可能性がございますが、モバイル デバイス経由であっても、グラフ データ含め、Excel シート内のデータが正常に表示されるよう機能改善を要望します。

    On modern pages, if you place an Excel sheet that includes graph data as a file viewer web part, when viewing it via a PC web browser the graph data is shown correctly, but on mobile devices on iOS etc. it is not.
    It’s possible this is because of the automatic screen scaling function on modern pages, but please…

    31 votes
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  9. SharePoint Framework Webpart implementing ADAL js - Issue in Microsoft SharePoint app in mobile (Android and iOS)

    Sharepoint Framework Webparts implementing ADAL JS for creating Access Tokens do not work in Sharepoint sites when opened in SP App in Mobile Phones.
    When we open these sites in browser on laptops/desktops,adal js created the access token but forces 3 consecutive page loads thereby making webpart functioanlity working.
    However,in Microsoft Sharepoint app in Mobile Phones,forces the page for only 1 load and page goes blank (in iOS) while in Android it loads with incomplete functionality.
    1] The Microsoft Sharepoint app should behave the same way as it does in the browser for generating Access Token on login using adal…

    30 votes
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  10. 30 votes
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  11. Modern Page ASPX file should be showing by default in SharePoint App in iOS once it has been set as the landing page.

    When a Modern page aspx file is created as landing page for a Classic Experience site, it should show up first when the site is opened in the SharePoint Applicaton for iOS. This is already working for Android phones, I don't understand why this is not working for iOS devices.

    27 votes
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  12. Top bar navigation

    When an intranet is designed in SharePoint the top bar is a crucial part of the user experience. The app ignores this and relies on hierarchy to develop the user journey. A lot of users have no clue about the hierarchy of SharePoint sites in an intranet.

    In the same way the left navigation is built into the app, so should the top bar be. Or at least an option to have it available or not.

    The app is a good start, but we need more settings and configuration or it will annoy consumers.

    26 votes
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  13. 26 votes
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  14. Dark mode

    Dark mode

    26 votes
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  15. Native access to lists

    Native access to Lists, with synchronization and offline capabilities, not just a Safari embedded browser like now

    26 votes
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  16. Enable adding items to a list

    If you use a list for something like IT issues, you should be able to add an item to that list, a client should be able to add their broken computer issue to the list for the admin to fix. And the admin able to keep the client up to date with the fix without having to go to a desktop version to update the issue.

    25 votes
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  17. Remove Shake to send feed

    Remove shake to send feedback

    24 votes
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  18. Mobile Logo Formatting

    The logo on the desktop is not constrained to a square, but the mobile app does. I have a wide banner-type logo so it shows up tiny in a colored box. Please free the aspect ratio so the logo is directly on the page in its correct aspect ratio.

    24 votes
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  19. Open links in SharePoint app

    Previously I believe it was possible to open SharePoint links directly in the mobile app. This was a huge usability win because there’s was no need to login each day to view content.
    As it appears to be right now, if I click a link in Outlook, Teams or other Microsoft apps I have to login (with 2-factor authentication for our organization) then once the page loads I’m prompted to open the page in the app.
    It seems it would be far more user friendly if the links just opened directly in the mobile app.

    23 votes
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  20. Wishing ”Mobile Browser View”to reflect on Mobile SharePoint app as it is set to the SharePoint site.

    I am unable to have users edit and post items when working through ”Mobile Browser View" even if they have the right to "Post".
    Although I make ”Mobile Browser View” invalidated within SharePoint site, once I open the item lists in the mobile SharePoint app, I still find them shown on "Mobile Browser View”. I think this is odd and I doubt that I will be able to see exactly the same behavior on mobile SharePoint app after attempting to make mobile browser view invalidated in SharePoint site. So far, I have seen no linkage in terms of operating environment.

    23 votes
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