Sharepoint on iOS

iOS and iPadOS

Hi all,
I have a quick question, has anyone had experience of Microsoft SharePoint, if so, is it accessible on iOS?



Submitted by Siobhan on Wednesday, June 10, 2020

What i mean by that strange subject line is simply, i see that's a free app. so instead of asking before downloading, why have you not just bitten the bullet and tested it? i understand paid apps, but having someone say it is or isn't that accessible does two things for you. One, you already know going in that someone's view is biasing your own. So if I use this app, I might tell you that it's great all buttons are labeled and there's nothing to worry about. You get this app, and find you have a heck of a time with whatever you need it to do. so in hearing my adulation of accessibility, you will be probably disappointed when your experience differs from my own. Two, accessibility as i just wrote is very complex. What i find perfect, someone else may say they dislike it. Or what i find frustrating, someone else is willing to work through everything to get their results they are seeking. All in alll if it's free, try it, then write about it.

Submitted by Hubert on Wednesday, June 10, 2020

The reason I posted this article, is because I do not have access to Share Point, my organisation is looking into using it, and at the moment we are only enquiring about accessibility. I posted this to get a general opinion about it's accessibility, so I don't really see an issue with the article I posted.

Submitted by eclectica on Wednesday, June 10, 2020

@Hubert: You may want to contact Microsoft's Accessibility help desk with such an inquiry. I know they have a phone number, but I don't know it off the top of my head. It is an easy Google search away, though. :)