Office 365 For Mac should have the same features available for the PC.
Office 365 For Mac should have the same features available that PC users get. You are paying for a half built product and this simply isn't good enough. I would like to be able to swap over from Google Docs but I am seriously looking at cancelling my office 365 subscription and going back to using Gmail / Calendar and Google Docs directly as there really isn't any point me using office 365 for Mac. It is as though Microsoft purposely want to focus on a product for their PC customers. If you made the product equal to that available to your PC customers then I will be happy.
Van Buren, Gregory commented
Would be great to have all of the same features, functions, keyboard short cuts on the Windows version within the Mac version.
Suzanne Scott commented
I want to add holidays to my calendar, and apparently this feature is available on the Windows version of outlook but not for Mac. This is such a basic thing and it seems ridiculous that. I'm forced to use Outlook at work, but it's missing a lot of features that PC users take for granted
Jordan R commented
I agree! I have PCs at work, and Mac at home and the deficiencies in Outlook for Mac are very stark. Even simple things, like the options for printing a calendar, are significantly lacking in the Mac version...
>>It is as though Microsoft purposely want to focus on a product for >>their PC customers.
I agree! @Microsoft: This would be a childish and rather unprofessional strategy. I can't imagine, that anyone will switch to a WINDOWS PC rather than to one of several free mail apps for the Mac.
Exactly, what bugs me is that you can't set a screen template to put more data in the outlook calander. I was so disappointed with the whole office suite across the Mac platform. Don't get me on printing format its just a joke I saw better software in the mid 90s
Reading an email with Outlook Mac that was encrypted on outlook.com doesn't work. It does work with Outlook PC. Either document the difference so the user doesn't waste time trying to get it to work and then have Microsoft technical support waste their time and more of the user's time.
Sally Conn commented
I feel that we need to have equal access as we pay for the software. Thankyou
I think all we Mac users know that will never happen. It isn't, shall we say, in Microsoft's interests to do so. I would do as you are suggesting - quit your subscription to O365 and use a half-decent free version. There are plenty out there.