I get that the software is new and it takes a lot of times to develop a full featured Office suite, so here are a few things that need to be added/addressed for any user considering switching from other free Office suite like LibreOffice or WPS
Ability to have templates and save configuration in them, like the Styles, page, etc.
Ability to edit the Styles (Normal, Headings) and maintain their configuration after closing/opening document (related to #1)
Keyboard shortcuts. Seriously. there’s no keyboard shortcut to Open a file, or create a new one
There should be a centralized “settings” page. Ex. for “documents” There are settings on the left pane, other on the right pane, again other in the overflow menu on the top right, etc.
1-2. Thank you for the suggestions! I have forwarded them to our developers for further consideration.
3. The combination Ctrl+O works in ONLYOFFICE Desktop Editors. It opens the standard dialog box that allows to select an existing file. As far as a shortcut for creating a new file is concerned, I forwarded this suggestion to our developers.
4. Could you please provide more details regarding your suggestion about settings? All the settings sections serve different purposes:
Advanced Settings can be accessed in two ways - from the File tab and from the View settings icon;
Right sidebar allows adjusting additional parameters of different objects.
About #4, Having settings sections is not a bad thing, but there should also be a page containing all the settings in one place. It’s really hard to find things
Request #5,It seems the autocorrect options works only for symbols for math and symbols, but not for regular texts and expressions. You should add this (like “intl” for “international”, etc.
I have forwarded your suggestion #5 to our developers to be potentially included to the software. #4 Could you please describe your suggestion more precisely? What settings do you mean to include in a page with all the settings? Probably you can site and example from another program where this feature is implemented?