When you create a Sway I understand that it gets saved in the cloud. But where exactly does it get stored and how do we access them? The question comes because somebody in our org has created Sways, but now left and we cannot work out how to get to the
Hi Laurie - sways are stored in the cloud basically as blobs of data, which users can access via their accounts. As you may be aware, there isn't a "file" as such to point at, so the most important thing for us to get right is the permission managem
After clicking sign-in, the users are able to successfully sign-in via a pop-up window and view content when explorer is used. however, when using chrome, the embedded Sway presentation (in a moodle platform) still showing the sign-in s
I've been using Sway for curating tweets from various MSFT related events for well over a year & have found it a great alternative for Storify. However, a couple of weeks ago when attempting to capture tweets I noticed that Twitter is no longer available
Hi Jukka - we removed Twitter as a content source recently due to changes they made to their API, where we would've needed to do a bunch of work to start supporting their new system, but unfortunately we don't have the resources to do so just now. A
Over the last few months, the Sway Team has been on the ground asking users what features they would like to see in the Sway app. They heard all the ways you use Sway in your personal, school and work lives, and listened to tons of great recommendations o
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