Add ability to print and/or export a wiki page.
Provide the ability to print and/or export (Word, PDF, etc.) a wiki page(s) that is created under a Team's channel page.
This item is still on the backlog. I will continue to track this item and provide updates as soon as I get new updates.
Has there been an update to this?
Carmelo Vargas commented
A super ugly hack that allows you to "export" ...
In the MS Teams Application:
Click with the mouse on the "Title" or anything that is out of scope of the wiki sections to have the cursor there. Then start selecting with the mouse (does not work with holding shift or ctrl+a) starting on the first section and keep dragging until the end.
Then copy & paste (keep formatting) into Word and save the file as PDF or DOCX or the format you require that Word allows.
It will copy all the text with most of the basic formatting (bold, italics, lists, the section headers and body, highlighted text, links, etc). It will not copy tables well so you will have to modify them and it will not copy images, you will have to insert each image manually again.
Note to Microsoft:
This has been in the backlog for a long time and there are over 200 comments from users requesting its implementation. At least a rudimentary export to PDF should be implemented.
Can we get an update on this? I've even tried using the console in Chrome as due to the way the Teams pages are built in the web app it only captures what is on the screen
Open the Console panel Command+Option+J
Once console is open Command+shift+P
Then type screenshot and choose full size screenshot
On other websites, this screenshots the whole scrolling page without the need to install a Chrome extension.
I was hoping I could do this and then crop the image and hand crank my PDF but this is not possible due to the way the Teams web app is built as only the visible part of the screen is captured.
This would be such a useful feature and we've been waiting years.
M P commented
Need this ability
Nissan Dookeran commented
At least getting the ability to copy/paste the full contents including images, or print it out to a PDF which can then be archived would be useful, if we can't do a full export yet. Why hasn't this been prioritized yet? Should we not adopt the Wiki??
Mark Johnson commented
PLEASE prioritize printing!!
Basic feature still not implemented.. Clients can not believe when we say this feature isn't available...
Amanda McHugh commented
I have massive issues with MS Teams and its very basic functionality. We have set this up for an international project but its proving difficult to manage due to the sheer lack of functionality. The ability to print/export any document or resource is surely a basic necessity. Once this project is complete I will be avoiding MS Teams.
There are a few reason Confluence dominates - one is ability to export as PDF and other file formats.
Much needed feature. Please prioritise.
Sam McBeth commented
2.5 years later and it is still on the backlog? I would think this is fairly simple functionality.
I had my end of year summary added to Wiki and need to send it out in a PDF or some distributable format. I am bummed. Have to copy /paste the entire content to another application. Please prioritize this much needed feature.
Why is printing (or anything in Microsoft teams) being backlogged for over 2.5 years? This is a basic necessity. I can't get my team involved/on-board (let alone the firm) without this feature.
Chris Zimmerman commented
I am scratching my head as to why such a basic feature isn't there out of the gate. Not every situation allows for digital only or app only. The need to print and export is so basic. This is a show stopper for using teams to the extent we want to use it. At this point, its a glorified texting tool. Entering data and not having an easy way to get it out is not a useful tool. Please move off of backlog.
Christian Haase commented
urgent need to print the wiki !!!! I have to share info to several different teams at least in pdf format !!!
monica r commented
Can we save Wiki to a file? I don't see Wiki when I open the channel in SharePoint and I cannot save it.
Can we at least transfer a Teams wiki into an Azure DevOps wiki please?
Is there any update on this? Your last update is from over a year ago! We need the ability to print a wiki page. As mentioned by many, wiki's are well suited for Policies and Procedures.
Sure agree with the idea and all the comments below it:))