Office 365 dates seem to be too simple. Audit data should be crystal clear (as detailed as possible).
I find audit history on Office365 to be lacking E.g. sswcom.sharepoint.com
It certainly is less useful than Sharepoint 2016 as dates were shown better.
I searched for a record on the 2 lists and here is what I see:
Eg. sswcom.sharepoint.com show me last activity as Friday at 2:15 PM
Eg. intranet.ssw.com.au show me last activity as Created at 9/03/2018 5:06 PM
I find it less useful as it doesn’t tell me the date it was created on. I would prefer to have something like “2 days ago at 2:15 PM (Friday 9/03/2018)”
PS: This is very simple to do with Moment.js
Figure: Office365 – Audit data
Figure: SharePoint 2016 – Audit data
This is a feature only the driver will see. In the Lexus the heads-up display (HUD) projects a range of essential navigation, safety and performance info directly on to the windshield in front of the driver — it almost looks like a hologram on your bonnet.
Figure: It would be nice to see it in the Tesla.
Source: What it’s like to drive the $199K Lexus LC 500 from Black Panther for a week
- I take a screenshot and a small thumbnail appears on the bottom left
- Click it and open it
- I want to share it so I clicked the icon and choose mail
- Typed stuff (recipient, subject, content)
- Switch to another app and it’s gone!
- There is no way to find it anywhere
(I’d expect it in mail Drafts, but it’s not there)
Don’t use that screenshot feature until they fix the data loss.
I can click on the 2 left icons, not the 1 battery icon on the right. That’s not good UX.
Can you enable it and show a graph of it degrading over the last 24 hours.
I’m on a long flight right now traveling from the USA to Australia doing emails. It would be great to have a feature that made you need to use Microsoft’s iOS app over the build it Apple mail app. I have one that would make me always use it!
I’m forgetful so when I get an email and think “I’ll call them back” or “I’ll add the to the VSTS backlog later” or “Speak to my girls at home” etc
I find I too often forget.
I’d love tags “To call”… “Add to backlog”… “My girls” etc.
Any +1’s on this? Or do you have a better system than your memory?
Figure: Microsoft’s iOS mail app needs custom Tags
Figure: Apple’s iOS mail app does not have custom Tags
It is 2018 and I feel that Outlook is really old when I see it trying to access the server when I am not on the internet.
It is just silly making me click on the link.
Figure: The Outlook engine wastes my time and makes me click “Search in email stored on this computer”
Plane trips are cold and when your working with your hands – like on an iPad – the blanket doesn’t work.
Instead, give us blankets with holes in them that allow you to put your hands through
Zendesk support – links don’t work.
Figure: Can’t click on a link
Reported at: https://support.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/requests/3468127
1) I see this view is fixed. Obviously, I mustn’t have permissions to change it. It would be a nice UX to have a menu item to ‘View | Email the view owner’. That would enable you to request a change to the view. E.g. Sort order change
2) It would also be nice to have a menu item ‘View | See view owners/creator’’ to know who can edit the particular view. Also would like the ability to see the last person who has modified the view
3) It would be nice to see the current sorted column. Either bold the column or add an icon in the column header
This missing feature for me is a show-stopper that keeps me on Chrome. There are 2 scenarios that I need to be supported. The first is a blue screen where I want Edge to pick up where I left off. The second is when I accidentally hit the Close button (top right) and go ‘ooops’.
For example, I had 20 tabs opened on Edge – normally Edge is good about keeping my last tabs when I reboot. Yesterday I had an unexpected restart on my Surfacebook and after the PC restarted – all my tabs were all gone. I have no idea why.
Is there any way to reopen my last closed tabs?
History doesn’t help.
Summary: I won’t use Edge as my main browser until I get Control + Shift + T that re-opens my last bunch of tabs.
FYI – This command in Chrome works as described E.g. It will open my last 10 tabs: