I will in the future use both Linux and Windows pc at work. The lack of real linuxsupport is a problem. Please support LInux in onedrive/sharepoint.
Hopefully also a office 365 package for linux would help
Krishna Teja commented
O365 is super important for me, please give us a desktop version of O365 for Linux.
Office 365 would be a great opportunity to Linux on desktop. I support this idea, hopefully Microsoft will give a chance to our penguin.
Jacob Tuz Poot commented
Honestly Office 365 is one of the great products from Microsoft, there are no any similar software with their advantages, but for many reasons developers and some users prefer work on Linux platform, there is a lack for offimatic tools in Linux with this strength, but if Microsoft wait to many years until they release a port for office 365, may be WPS raise like the king in short time.
Michael Goodson commented
Office 365 for Linux would be fantastic.
PAARANGAT JAIN commented
Pls, we need some office 365 linux support
I hope someday soon MS Office will come to linux. This will be great for both MS and the open source community
Ron Major commented
I work for a non-profit organization and use Linux for the stability of leaving my workstation on for very long periods of time. Jumping onto my workstation to assist clients would be made much easier if I didn't have to also boot into a Virtual Machine and access Office, or access the OWA apps.
I'm very much in favor of a native Linux port of the existing Office suite.
Native applications. Office +
Gizmo Chicken commented
I would purchase MS Office if it were available for installation on Linux (with official support from MS at least for Ubuntu LTS releases).
And while I would prefer to have a native Linux version of MS Office, as an ALTERNATIVE, I'd also be pleased to buy from MS a proprietary version of something like WINE, but with official support provided by MS (at least for Ubuntu LTS releases) so that I could run the latest Windows version of MS Office on Ubuntu.
Please put these apps on Linux
Robert Worthen commented
I recently migrated from Apple OSX to Linux, having support for Microsoft office would make my life a lot easier.
I am working in a mixed environment with Linux and Windows PC. That Teams has been made available for Linux is brilliant, what is still missing, though, are outlook and the core office applications (word, excel, powerpoint). Currently we use libreoffice on linux and office on the windows pcs. Although compatibility is not that much of an issue anymore, it would be better if office 365 would be available for linux, too.
Matt Green commented
Please provide Office 365 for linux, it would help us educators
Timothy Gassaway commented
Linux support for the major Office apps: Word, Office, and Powerpoint, and Publisher would be an awesome development. I am a teacher, and frequently need access to Microsoft Office to edit files created by others in the school district. At the same time, I also use a large number of Linux-based software which is not available for Windows. This means that I either have to run a dual-boot system, use virtualization solutions (such as Oracle's VirtualBox), or use the web app as a work-around. None of these solutions is very conducive for my needs. Having the ability to use both my Linux programs and Microsoft Office natively would be a major help.
Please support linux! I need both windows and liunx for work and sometimes I have to switch to wondows JUST to open a powerpoint (because of some features are not present in libreoffice).
Any updates on it, why is it totally unsuported, at least, make it work fine with wine
I am a software developer. As such, Linux offers a better environment for me to do my development work. However for design reviews and documentation, I prefer to use your Office products. This forces me to always have Linux or windows running in a VM. It adds another level of complexity to my work which isn't really necessary. The web apps just don't provide the same usability, so I rarely am able to use them.