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Hi Sway users, our engineers would like to learn about your experience using the product. If you are willing to talk to us, please fill out the survey at https://aka.ms/SwayEnthusiastsAnonymous commented
Our organisation is developing all sorts of material in Sway and we are looking ahead to extend the usage. However, there is a problem - we would like to be able to link to specific parts of the Sway from a menu or table of content that is more visible than it is today. Our user would like to go to the section they want without having to scroll through the entire Sway. If this is not taken care of, we have to look into other options- use another application outside O365 suite. We would, however, really prefer to use Sway since it is otherwise one of the best tools for the intended purpose.
The existing manu, or table of content button, is in the bottom right corner and hidden. Our users do not find it. Having some other way of linking to parts within the sway would help us a great deal and allow us to continue to use sway in our organisation.
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Thanks for the feedback! We currently have plans to do this some time in the future. Continue to vote for it if this is important to you so we can prioritize it against all of the other work we’re doing. :)Anonymous commented
We have a clear graphic profile in our organization, with fonts etc. We would like to sway for internal information and are doing so for now, but the discussion is leaning towards buying an external application as Sway doesn't allow custom fonts and has no clear menu options. Please develop this! We are a large org and are hoping to be able to use sway in a wider extent.