Instead of wasting time typing, allow people to talk into the mic and their words turn into text.1,030 votes
This would be one of the most common ways you'd want to collaborate on a document. It is the equivalent of Google doc's "suggesting" mode and without it our organisation would find it extremely difficult to take the plunge and jump ships.857 votes
Track changes is now available in Word for the Web (Online.) You can turn track changes on and off, see insertion and deletion markup, and accept/reject changes. Additionally, you can enable track changes “just for you, temporarily” to make suggestions without enabling for everyone.
Thanks for suggesting and voting for this feature.
This feature is now completed. Can you all give it a try and see if it works well. Will love to hear your feedback, feel free to comment on this thread itself.
The word count noted at the bottom of the word online document is incorrect. It counts words with apostrophes (e.g., "can't") as 3 words instead of 1. Please fix the Word Online word count feature. Thank you!215 votes
We’ve added paragraph and character count to Word Online and have also fixed many of the accuracy issues with word count. You can see the new Word Count dialog by clicking on the status bar button (next to the page count) or going to the Review ribbon tab and clicking the Word Count button.
Missing the Hide Word Count option? Don’t worry, it’s now an option in the Word Count ribbon button drop down menu.
There is currently no option to merge cells within a table that has been inserted into a Word document in the online version of Word. Can this option please be included?160 votes
Thanks to your feedback, Word Online now supports the ability to merge and split cells in tables!
To access these capabilities, simply select cells and right-click to ‘Merge Cells’ or ‘Split Cells’ or access these options through the Table tab.
Get started today at http://office.com!
The feature is present in Word for the Web. We can change the zoom level from the Lower right corner on the Status bar, or go to the View menu. Additionally you can also press the “Ctrl +” or “Ctrl -” shortcut to zoom in and out respectively.
I think we should add the pen feature, emoji's and all the regular features of Word
VOTE IF U LIKE EMOJIS
AIM OF VOTES 200, HELP ME GET THERE!!!!!!!138 votes
Thank you for the feedback!
We’ve added support in Word Online to render emojis :) Insert emojis by typing them via AutoComplete. You can also insert them by going to the Insert tab in the ribbon and clicking on the Emoji button.
We have a variety of emojis to add some flair to your documents. Try them out now at https://word.office.com!
Happy holidays! -Sami
Add a color wheel to the highlighter and text color tool.127 votes
An option for more colors is now available in Word for the Web (Online.) You can open the Font color dropdown and should now start getting an option for More colors at the very bottom.
Any color you use from the dialog that opens, would start showing in a new Recent colors section in the color drop-down.
Thanks for suggesting and voting for this feature. In case you have any further feedback on this, please do post a comment here.
Grammar checking for Word Online is now available and enabled by default. You can also manually run it along with spell checking from the Review ribbon tab. Enjoy!
When you are editing a document with another person, when they leave it says it's just you here now. This makes me feel lonelier than I am already.119 votes
Hi, thanks for the great idea.
The Word for Web product has a new experience for how to show other people who are also editing the document in real-time. As part of this new design experience we no longer say “If’s just you here now.”
The new design includes profile pictures (if available,) makes it clear which color applies to which person, and also indicates when people are inactive (not moving their cursor for 15 mins.)
When clicking a "inser picture" a popup should appear. Then you can choose if you want to search for online images, upload from local HDD or insert image from OneDrive files.105 votes
We have completed this feature and it should now be available to all of our OneDrive users. In order to insert a OneDrive pictures into your Word Online documents, click ‘Online Pictures’ from the Insert ribbon, select ‘Pictures from OneDrive’, and select the pictures you’d like to add.
So frustrating not being able to CROP or TRIM an inserted picture!!
Come on guys!98 votes
Thanks for the feedback everyone, we have great news to share.
Now you can crop, rotate, drag-and-drop, and text wrap images using Word Online to make your document standout.
Try these new features out today at https://word.office.com!
We’re continually improving Word Online so please continue to leave us feedback. Happy holidays!
What if a kid needs to type a essay for school, but he can't because office cost too much68 votes
Office Online is free for anyone. With Office Online you can view, edit, and share Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote files on your devices using a web browser, so you can work anywhere.
For students, get started by going to our Office in Education page: https://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education
For everyone, get started by going to our main product page: https://products.office.com/en/office-online/
you should let us edit on the document without downloading it38 votes
To edit a document without downloading it, click Edit Document > Edit in Word Online. This will open the document in the online editor, allowing you to make changes from the web right in your browser.
Thanks for your feedback!
I want to be able to e-mail my document to my friend so she could print it cause my printer wasn't working and word didn't have an e-mail option, it only had a share option which didn't help me!!! :(38 votes
Thanks for the feedback. When you share your document, you can specify who you’d like to share it with by entering their email address. They will then receive an email with a link to your document they can use to open it and print it for you.
Let us know if this doesn’t resolve your issue.
Please add the function of word count to the online version36 votes
Feature already exists in Word for the Web (Online).
Add the navigation pane to see the heading styles on the left side just like desktop to navigate the document easier.32 votes
We have now released this feature for our Word Online editor. Thank you for your feedback!
you should add wrap text for pictures as its difficult to do work with your picture's taking up half the page30 votes
We’ve now added the ability to wrap text around a picture! You can find this option by selecting an image on your document, clicking the Picture Tools Format ribbon tab and selecting Wrap Text. You have options for wrapping square right/left, and in front or behind of text. Enjoy!
I would like to bullet in depth like 188.8.131.52. This is able to be done in word 2010 and word 2013 desktop app. I think it would just need to be added to word online so we can collaborate. This is available in google docs so I am sure you can do it!27 votes
Good news – we’ve added support for multi-level lists (ex: 1.2, 1.2.1, 184.108.40.206) earlier this year. We also have a new list styles gallery.
Try it out today in Word Online at https://word.office.com!
please need word count26 votes
Thanks for your feedback. Word Online already supports word count, which you can find at the bottom left corner of the window. You can also highlight parts of your document to get a word count for specific sections.
Let us know if this doesn’t resolve your issue.
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