1. The_Prodigy1982's Avatar
    I own a small company, with currently only 1 employee... expecting to hire a few more in the near future (in about 1-1,5 years).
    But ok, on to the question;

    - Now I'd like to share Excel (and maybe also Word-) files with my colleague, and being able to edit these uploaded files in realtime through my webbrowser, creating a more efficient workflow.
    Sending emails back and forth with attachments is just not convenient.

    Now I came across the following pages... but for me it doesn't make things very clear.

    https://products.office.com/en-us/sh...arepoint-plans

    https://products.office.com/en-us/co...products?tab=2

    • Can anyone offer me any good recommendation, on what option would be best for me?
    Last edited by The_Prodigy1982; 01-19-2018 at 01:15 AM.
    01-18-2018 04:54 PM
  2. Just_Me_D's Avatar
    An Office 365 subscription may be something you should consider.
    01-18-2018 05:21 PM
  3. MrMars's Avatar
    Maybe this isn’t sufficient enough but what about just using Google Docs and Sheets?
    Last edited by MrMars; 01-27-2018 at 01:04 AM.
    Just_Me_D likes this.
    01-18-2018 05:39 PM
  4. The_Prodigy1982's Avatar
    I try to avoid Google as much as I can... my principle says NO against their way of abusing my data.
    01-19-2018 01:14 AM
  5. doogald's Avatar
    I can't say that I have used Office online, but, as of yesterday, Office for the Mac now shares the same code base as Office for Windows, and supports multiple user real-time editing. See https://www.theverge.com/2018/1/19/1...rative-editing
    01-19-2018 02:15 PM
  6. Hendri Hendri's Avatar
    prefer office 365 than office online, if you need the excel with certain formula editing. it has some limitation for sure (office online)
    07-02-2018 05:05 PM
  7. n8ter#AC's Avatar
    You Necro'd a 6 month old post.

    If you use Office Online, you're giving up on 90% of Office's functionality. Office does Live Collaborative Editing on Desktop, Web, and Mobile.

    Unless your needs are so basic that iWork or Google Docs would suffice (which is actually the case for many Offices and users - so something you should consider before spending money on any software/subscription/services), Office Online doesn't make much sense as a primary productivity suite.

    Web versions have feature parity with the mobile versions, or thereabouts. Unlike Apple, Microsoft does not gimp the Desktop versions to maintain feature party with mobile apps (aside from UWP OneNote).

    Another option would be using LibreOffice and storing the ODF documents on OneDrive. Office Online supports ODF fully. You can even set it as the default file format, there!

    LibreOffice has a built-in integration for OneDrive and Google Drive in the Software ;-)
    07-08-2018 06:56 PM
  8. Hendri Hendri's Avatar
    is LibreOffice as powerful as excel ? can we save excel extension using libreoffice ?
    07-09-2018 12:10 AM
  9. n8ter#AC's Avatar
    is LibreOffice as powerful as excel ? can we save excel extension using libreoffice ?
    - No.

    - Yes, but YMMV in terms of compatibility. Feature set differs between the two. Best to use ODF if moving documents between a these applications. Excel supports that; even the web version. You can set it as default save format in both those versions.
    08-07-2018 12:34 AM

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