Equations: Add the ability to insert equations
In the traditional version of Word, we are able to write equations. Can that ability be added here? It is especially useful for students that are in the fields of science, engineering, and mathematics that are working on group projects.
26 comments

Anonymous commented
could you add the equations editor please ? It would be great ! ANyway this tool is awesome ! Thank you !

Essix commented
Bring equations to Word Online because my computer isn't compatible to download Microsoft Office!

G Feo commented
it would be great for quantitative people

Shaowen commented
One of the reasons why we use Google Docs for projects.

Máté commented
Most of my students at university all work on Windows, but the university lab compututers are running Ubuntu. I thought of sharing a document with the class to edit and play around the equation editor, but saw it's not there. Teaching would also require being able to edit equations.
Collaboration (as mentioned previously) would also require the ability to edit equations.

Anonymous commented
I have to use the online editor, since my computer won't allow me to download the original. After quite a bit of searching, I found that the equation editor wouldn't show up, even after download after download. Please add the equation editor.

Anonymous commented
This request's been posted since August 2015... I'll keep hoping Microsoft will listen though :T

NC commented
Could you add the option to insert an equation in Word Online, just like in the desktop standalone version? It wil be very comfortable for students, teachers, ...
Thank you. 
Paula commented
As a math teacher, equations are my life. Agreed, it would be great to have this capability! Google equation editor is horrible. Having something as friendly as Word's equation editor would be great.

Anonymous commented
In the software version of Word and other Microsoft Office product you are able to add equations to your document using the equation editor. I don't understand why this product has been out for several years now but does not have feature parity yet. If you want to bill this as a replacement for the yearly office suite at least add the basic functionality that already exists in the software version. Google Docs can do it, why cant you?

Anonymous commented
In the software version of Word and other Microsoft Office product you are able to add equations to your document using the equation editor. I don't understand why this product has been out for several years now but does not have feature parity yet. If you want to bill this as a replacement for the yearly office suite at least add the basic functionality that already exists in the software version. Google Docs can do it, why cant you?

jsnave commented
Please add the equation editor, that is one of many reasons why Microsoft is more user friendly than any application competitor. Google already has this feature on the cloud applications, please, add this feature and all the other desktop features to online, it would make me a more efficient user. As a person developing curriculum and using the desktop equation tool would allow me to stay in the cloud instead of jumping between the desktop and cloud versions. I would hate to see Microsoft lose users to Google because Office desktop features are not available in the cloud.

martijn commented
We would like this!

KF Lam commented
The inline equation automatically reduces size of the fraction in my equation. This is not an reasonable function for normal user. Would you retain the original size of equations in inline format? or at least give users an option to change.

Jose David Rojas Aguilar commented
I use equations I most of my papers and I think theres a lot of people whose need this functionality. There are some addins but there's not the same.

Jackson Mitchell commented
I would like to see support for creating equations within word online.
I had to switch over to google docs for online editing just because it had that funtionality, oh and also support for plugins such as easybib. 
Anonymous commented
It is a relatively common mathematical operation, and many more complicated equations have already been created. A person must be creative and create less practical solutions to sidestep this.

Samuel Ashworth commented
There is a problem with MS object equation 3.0 that needs fixing. I've been online with Jeffrey E. who said to provide this feedback

Royi commented
Could someone merge all request for Math Equation Editor.
They are spread out and hence the real demand (Which is high) isn't visible.

Royi commented
Could someone merge all request for Math Equation Editor.
They are spread out and hence the real demand isn't visible.