Needs work 2/5
The mobile app for Sharepoint is missing some very basic functionality. First, it doesn’t work as a stand-alone app: it always wants to open OneDrive for Business to view a file. Why? Why do I have to install two apps just to view a document in the Sharepoint app?
The other major missing part is the ability to handle document library views. We build views to filter as well as to streamline navigation. But the app doesn’t show you views and display document libraries with all of their columns/metadata. It just shows you a “pile” of documents and doesn’t look like the same view you see in the web version. While I expect some differences, the tablet apps should be very similar to the web experience.
Hoping that Microsoft makes viewing document libraries better very soon. And eliminates OneDrive for Business as a part of viewing and navigating.
Mr slone 3/5
By mr slone
It drags to get some things up
This is great. 5/5
Is it true people communicate clandestinely through these review. I heard that they do. What is a PHP-fox? Do you know how documents like a sale document can go missing from my one drive. My linkin account morphed intosething weird. People like to tell me I’m imagining this and that I’m dumb. They also like to make fun and say mean things. Have you heard of the Nextdoor app? HOW ABOUT AKAMAI? What’s a can or an api? Why do I find accounts that have my address emended? Should I just get a flip phone.. loo
not compatible with many apps on iphone to open documenys
The most difficult possibly created to navigate... 1/5
How many clicks does it take to get anywhere? This shouldn't be this difficult. I want to have a place the workforce can come to for safety messages and access a few files... but the frustration will kill them...
By Retale Sale
Sem conectividade com sharepoint 1/5
Por enquanto não ajudou
Dear Microsoft, the software you guys are making these days is absolutely confusing and is mostly useless. What exactly are you trying to accomplish?
Worse than a browser 1/5
The file interface for the app is worse than using the browser for iPhone.
Make it all work mobile 1/5
By The bird man 81
Make it all work mobile. Especially the web parts and Dynamics NAV reports
Does not work 1/5
I am able to log in and view everything such as recent activity and lists to click on. Though when trying to access what I am needing to view and add too, it does not load anything. This makes the app completely unusable for me. I have better luck just logging in through safari. Wish it worked...
Can only see what I've already seen. 2/5
When I go to the team sites, I am only shown files and areas that I have already visited on the server. Why do I need an ap if I have to go to the actual site to see anything new. What am I missing?
The app is very very good 5/5
Are use this on my laptop but I find the app is even easier to use. It's fast and has a nice features for selecting your documents. Good work
Can't view document library metadata 2/5
Can't view the meta data in SharePoint for a document library. Kind of makes the library useless when it just opens in OneDrive and only shows the actual file name, not the title or other fields
I was just granted e-mail access at my new company. The app made accessing it fun.
Share Point is so simple to use 5/5
I love the Share Point app it's so easy and simple to use!!
I can edit some lists but some list returns coming soon. Will be good to understand what is supported, what is not and when will it be supported.
Other parts of the app is good.
Great app, a bit faulty in iOS iPad Air 2 though 3/5
Some glitches and viewing problems but otherwise functional
hyperlinks to external websites don't work 4/5
good app but hyperlinks to external, online, sites don't work.
Sharepoint Touch ID is Buggy 2/5
The Touch ID Is popping up even though my device is managed in Intune.
Good app 5/5
By mister rover
Good well organized
Does NOT work 1/5
This app does not sync with the sharepoint site. When I try to open a link, or group, or file nothing shows up. This app needs work before it will be useful.
It's nice but really is complicated with 2013 on prem. 3/5
It's really nice. But given our environment is still 2013 on prem. It's made viewing pages and data very difficult on the app.
If there was additional information to better design pages/sites in 2013 to better interact with the app. That would be very helpful.
Not intuitive. Not smooth. Can't edit. Why was this app made? I still have to just open what I want in a browser so I can edit it.
Limited and slow 2/5
Can't post a link to the blog and can't edit or delete via the phone.
No photos with iPhone 2/5
By Big C from IA
When trying to post photos to and active blog, nothing appears to be natively available. Even when trying to use the photos library, the upload feature does not appear to be functioning. When selected, it just takes me back to the site listing with no camera or navigation of current Photos available.
Still unable to customize built in list forms 2/5
This app would be perfect if there were a way to customize list forms without third party software. You can create a list and a form but if you ever have to add or change that list, your form is no longer useful. It would be nice to have it all in one app. I guess this is their pish for power apps which is unfortunate since my company isn't integrating power apps.
By Claudino Buta
Associate Professor 5/5
By Ezzeldin 122
As long as your iOS device is secure, this couldn't be better.
Helps solve life's day-to-day problems 3/5
This app allows you to develop secure custom mobile apps without any advanced coding. This is what drew me to SharePoint and an Office 365 for Business subscription. This app, in combination with OneDrive and Outlook, helps my family accomplish tasks like finances, meal planning, property maintenance, and chore lists. We use it to store and access our most valuable records and photos. It allows me and my wife to collaborate effectively and seamlessly. Permissions for sites, apps, and files are all manageable by user and by group. Microsoft support for this inexpensive service is superb and can be accessed any time.
Version 2.9.2 and calendars still don't work 1/5
Microsoft talks up Sharepoint as the panacea to collaborative work and then continues to release this embarrassment of a mobile app. Version 2.9.2 and calendars with versioning STILL don't work correctly. It's only recently we even got calendars at all, let alone the ability to edit, but alas they remain unusable. I'm not sure where the disconnect in Microsoft's marketing and programming are but this app typifies that disconnect.
I love this app because it allows me
to look at things on our shared drive from work at my leisure instead of requiring me to be at work or by a computer.
Nice - Needs a little improvement or I may need some training 4/5
By The Right Rev. E. A.
I have enjoyed the initial usage, but would like a way to easily set a site's default view to be "Home.aspx". For Non-Administrators of a site. I do not want, as an administrator, the view for all others to be any different than what is displayed on the "Home.aspx", if that makes sense.
Very nice but not allowed. 1/5
Great deal. I'm busy using my files in One Drive minding my own business and Microsoft pops up a message to go to or get this app now. I foolishly belive this and get this dumb app. I try to use it but after entering my Microsoft account info, I'm told it's not for me. I read too many useless pages from there, not worth repeating. Microsoft needs to get a grip and stop targeting people to use apps they are not allowed to use.
By Phoenix Smith
Very excited of what's to come!
Terrible app. 1/5
What seamless integration are you all talking about? This app opens a web page every time I try to find a sub site. Forget trying to upload event photos straight from your phone, because whenever the app tries to open your camera roll, it just exits out of the subsite you had to use 5 whole minutes to find. It's not intuitive, takes me to pages I don't want to go to, and the structure of the files is completely unclear and difficult to navigate. I can see how it would be a good app for people who are only trying to view recent documents. But it is incredibly frustrating if you want to edit, upload, create a new file, or anything else. Deleting the app and just going old school- emailing stuff to myself and uploading to the web app. Which is also not great.
Share point mobile rocks!!!! 5/5
I am pleasantly surprised by the seamless integration with other Office apps. I might suggest it is better than on a browser and on Windows. Very slick and keeps getting better!
Share Point is Great 4/5
Your point is great for most applications. I was unable to see the calendar events other than through dots on each day in iOS. In windows you see each day with the total listing if events.
Still needs work 3/5
By GA Chicago
Impossible to get to direct url's Everyone's sites are structured differently and this isn't working for us when I can't get to a URL we need. App needs way more flexibility. Rarely matches what we see in browser. Still faster to operate & edit in a browser. No provision to add SharePoint urls this needs to be fixed pronto.
Good but needs tweaks. 3/5
I like not having to log in to corp SharePoint over and over.
Can you build in a password auto fill like safari for separate site or tab log-ins.
Also a full screen function too many bars.
DOES NOT WORK ON IOS NOR ANDROID 1/5
I cannot comprehend why the app SPCONNECT a third party app works fine on IOS and Android but the app developed by Microsoft to connect to another Microsoft developed program will not connect. I used the exact same credentials as used in SPCONNECT but still it just doesn't work. Hey Microsoft, get with the SPCONNECT developers and pay them for programming lessons so your app might work.
Won't connect 1/5
HTTPS SharePoint 2016 extranet works on desktop and android, but not on iOS! Even this app can't connect and just invokes the credential challenge repeatedly. The site is Claims/Kerberos, which should fall back to NTLM, so there is no reason this shouldn't work. Not very happy about the lack of proper SharePoint 2016 documentation as MS still points users to old 2013 white papers and then expects the MVP's to advocate for them after trial and error.
Update 4/24 @ 6:37PM - Thank you for your response. FYI the SharePoint Newsfeed app does work.
Loving itv 5/5
By Rana Atari
It's a great communication tool for work
I am in love with it already 👍
Most amazing app 5/5
By franco 888
Simply put..the best on any platform
Love ❤️ it 5/5
By Papa poopie Porte
So I give it a 110%
Getting better 4/5
Enjoy the app, can't wait to be able to edit lists (not just announcement lists)!
Great Mobile Resourse 5/5
This app keeps me connected with my office documents and my coworkers making working mobile more efficient.
Search doesn't work 2/5
If I search for a group, i get a message that says "Something went wrong", and the group I'm looking for isn't listed anywhere else.
So, for my purposes, this app doesn't work.
Great App! 4/5
The App is great if you're already a SharePoint user and familiar with site "style".
There are a few things still in development but the "intent" is there, it just needs a little fine tuning.