Excel Product Feedback

Microsoft

We love hearing from our customers. To help us build the best version of Excel ever, we have partnered with UserVoice to create this site to hear your suggestions and ideas for the next version of Excel. We will do our best to respond to every suggestion that gets at least 20 votes. 

 

https://excel.uservoice.com/ 

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@Olaf Hubel Excel has become so flaky and unstable.  It literally crashed from selecting a different shade of color for one cell.  1.5 hours of work gone because this application has become so unstable.  Poor execution.

@Distraught_Office_User 

In my experience, the problem is usually with the company server

 or internet line when, for example, you work with OneDrive and not with Excel itself.

 

We also have to be clear that the more possibilities a software offers, the more complex it becomes. In the case of Excel, when I compare Excel 2.0 with Excel 365, it's like day and night for a user.

Of course, the possibilities with Excel 365 compared to Excel 2.0 are also day and night.

 

For me, an Excel division into categories would be of great advantage, such as beginners (for pupils and schools, etc.) / private (for private users, students, etc.) / business (for SME "Small & Medium Enterprises", self-employed, etc.) / Enterprice (MA "Major Accounts", Public Sector, etc.).

 

This would immediately make it clear to the user / customer what he needs and where to look in order to purchase an Office / Excel version.

 

Otherwise I find Excel (even if I don't know anything), the best invention since there is chocolate!

 

In the end, I would like to thank you and everyone else for taking the time to read my comment so far.

 

Nikolino

I know I don't know anything (Socrates)