Display file extension on iOS OneDrive app
Show file extension as part of file name, not only on file detail (which for some reason does not work anyway). Without file extension, it is quite difficult (== impossible) to see which file is which if it has same name and icon is not known for both files.
Following this (mistakenly resolved) idea: https://onedrive.uservoice.com/forums/262982-onedrive/suggestions/6707554-display-full-file-names-within-the-ios-onedrive-ap
File extensions are part of the file name. They are important.
Can't believe that MS can be so blinkered. Of course we need to see file types/extensions! How else to distinguish between files in a collection with the same name but different type?
David Dunham commented
foo.jpeg ≠ foo.gif and it matters
Yes! we need to see the file extensions... As shown at the website app.
Agreed here - users would like to see what the file is without having to press and hold each one. This is of particular importance when someone is not working strictly from MS office products where you display icons to help identify the files.
I agree.. not possible to not have any idea of the extensions!!
We need to see filename.extension! Extensions are essential!