The front page to the new store looks fantastic, it's nice, user-friendly and very intuitive. But that redesign doesn't extent to the page for each app.
When you click on an app, the page for each app is messy. It should be redesigned to encourage users to explore the screenshots, read the description and instructions, click relevant video, and ultimately add the app.1 vote
On the search result page for Office Apps, show the provider field of each App.
Can't tell which apps are made by Microsoft and which ones are made by which partner.1 vote
Instead of returning an enormous base64 string in JSON that has to be streamed by some event-based json parser, make things easy.
For under 32K inline it
For over 32k provide an endpoint
response could be (inline)
or not inline
content: 'http:xxxx/streamingservice.com/attachments/3293929349d"7 votes
Is there a reason why you would not provide a common base for the two API's?
The Ewa namespace offers a lot of functionality requested in many ideas related to the Offie 2013 API - it seems you already have the code and the interface in the Ewa namespace ?7 votes
Extend the mailitem.to.addAsync() method to accept the custom email formats i.e 'Kiran123@/CO=OT' or.'RFAX:KIRAN@/FN=111/VN=1111' etc.
Currently "Office.cast.item.toMessageCompose(item).to.addAsyc()" method is not accepting any custom email address. It is throwing the following error message.
"No valid recipients were provided"4 votes
Thank you for sharing! We’re always looking at making more investments in expanding the API support. We’ll pass this along to the engineering teams. We’ll also update the blogs here at http://blogs.office.com with any news.
I saw a lot of devs and customers being confused caused by the point that Apps are not available across all Office client applications. Especially OneNote would be a great benefit. OneNote is one of the best Apps I've ever used. Can't imagine my daily business without OneNote. We've collected several ideas which would enhance OneNote even more and make customer more productive.51 votes
This is definitely one of the more highly asked features, thank you very much for sharing! We’re always looking at making more investments in expanding the App support across multiple endpoints within Office. We’ll keep you posted via the blog if and when we implement this feature.
Make possible to add an App to the list of Favorites Apps. Favorites Aps should be available on the Home ribbon tab and/or available from the Quick Access Toolbar.10 votes
Hi Sanja, we agree that users should be able to favorite apps in some way — thanks for the request! While we cannot specify or guarantee anything, we are looking into potential ways users could favorite apps. If anything changes, we’ll keep you posted here and via the Apps for Office and SharePoint blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/b/officeapps/).
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