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I’m a recent adopter of Confluence and am still climbing the steep learning curve.
For the most part the journey is positive, and finding the community has enhanced that feeling.
One area I’ve not yet managed to find much information on is the distinct lack of functionality in the mobile apps and when accessing the system from a tablet browser.
For example, it’s not possible to enter into macros when in edit mode to update or configure a macro.
The phone apps are great for quick comments, checking status and work well for that use case. However, they do not offer enough capability when being used on a tablet such as an iPad Pro.
Whilst I understand that a balance needs to be struck between features and other constraints for mobile phone applications, the same is not necessarily true of tablet apps and, in particular, the browser driven experience should be consistent. Isn’t this the beauty of a cloud solution?
I raised this as a discussion point as I wonder what other users’ views are in this area.
Do Windows Surface or Android tablet users also have issues?
For example the never-ending saga of, forcing the desktop version, ignoring the messages about Apps being installed and being disappointed that you can’t quickly do some minor changes when you’re sat waiting on transport or dinner!
As a newbie and despite a number of searches, I”be not seen anything about this (the sum total of information being so vast as well).
Do Atlassian have plans to simplify, standardise and enhance the tablet experience?
How do I find out...
Thanks in advance...