Enable editing of Wiki pages in the Teams Mobile App
Currently Wiki pages are read only in the Mobile App. Please make them read/write so we can make a quick change to a Wiki page while on the go. Thanks :-)
The feature team is hard at work on this feature. We will share more news as we get closer to release.
Lars Bo Wassini commented
Are they actually working on Teams??
Daniel Latikaynen commented
"The feature team is hard at work on this feature." has become a bit hard to believe. one used to be able write entire operating systems in such an amount of time ;-)
Steve D of Gillette NJ commented
Wow - I too am surprised that this has been hanging around for 2 years.
This is basic functionality and a surprise that it still is hanging.
Himanshu Pant commented
2 years and still working ******* it. Is it a feature or cure for Covid ..??
Any news, I like using my Ipad and this makes life hard. We use Wiki a lot to share information.
Presumably this feature is not going ahead? An update would be good manners.
Still not implemented?!?
Is there an ETA for this?
Alfredo Prado commented
Please Microsoft, there are some of us using mobile devices on the go, and the concept of using these only for “consuming” information is a bit dated. Alternatively provide support to at least one browser (any!) so we can access more Teams features on iPadOS. Thanks team!
Julien Attard commented
I was trying to find a fix to this and instead, I see this thread where someone brought the idea 3 years ago, with multiple people asking for the feature and a supposed team still working hard on this since 2019...
I've been using MS365 for almost a year, still haven't taken that much time to check all that it has to offer, but it's clear that lack of communication and basic features missing make me think twice about migrating my customers to your services...
Another thing (not related to this) still hasn't been put in production but would prove handy : synced signatures in outlook and the ability to program a mail sending itself at a specific hour without having to keep the outlook app opened. It could certainly be waiting "in the cloud" somehow ?
Customers ideas can help improve products a lot ! If it's hard to implement or not high in the priority list, why not simply say it ? :)
Michael Freidgeim commented
Admin, make progress of your work more transparent.
Kat Lindsey commented
The last admin update from features team seems to be two years old. Can Admins update status of this request so I know how long I have to suffer or should just start looking for something else now? Thanks!
Bob Finistraty commented
I can open the editor via the pc version. The mobile version is designed to view information.
Claudia Ströhle commented
That would really be an improvement!
Wiki teams is a joke. Content deleted somehow- not recoverable. Our meeting agenda in Teams Wiki tab for mobile collaboration and note taking. Ha! 6 months invested and finding out basic (and critical) functionality I should take for granted is not there. Like it was rushed to market and was not completed. Apple products would not put a half-baked product like this on the market and advertise as THE solution to collaboration. Come on MS- I am trying to find a way to not transition to 3rd party collaboration software, but boy, MS Teams is killing me...
Annelies Capiau commented
Apparently, the workaround would be to use the browser interface. Yet whatever browser I try, they are all unsupported.
=> making Teams Wiki, so by extend all of Teams, unusable on the go.
We switched to Teams to overcome unresolvable sync issues with OneNote, because of this it´s not going to work out for us. We´ll have to look for something non-microsoft developped.
When will this feature be available?
Any update on this? This would be really valuable for our company.
How hard can this possibly be to implement? This issue was raised THREE YEARS AGO! And it is something that completely breaks the use of the Wiki function for a lot of people. FIX PLEASE.
Hi Alex and Warren, any update on this feature?