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    4 comments  ·  Office Lens Users  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    TeeC commented  · 

    This really should be the same format as Screenshots in Windows.
    Strangely (not really for Microsoft) Office Lens saves with an underscore between dates(e.g. 2019_12_31), whereas Windows Screenshots save with a dash/hyphen between dates (e.g. 2019-12-31).
    Personally, I would prefer to use a dot/decimal between dates (eg. 2019.12.31) as it is quicker / easier to access on a mobile keyboard, but individual users would have their own preference.
    Therefore, being able to specify the format in the Settings is essential.

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    21 comments  ·  Office Lens Users » Office Lens for Android  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    TeeC commented  · 

    This really should be the same format as Screenshots in Windows.
    Strangely (not really for Microsoft) Office Lens saves with an underscore between dates(e.g. 2019_12_31), whereas Windows Screenshots save with a dash/hyphen between dates (e.g. 2019-12-31).
    Personally, I would prefer to use a dot/decimal between dates (eg. 2019.12.31) as it is quicker / easier to access on a mobile keyboard, but individual users would have their own preference.
    Therefore, being able to specify the format in the Settings is essential.

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    Considering  ·  191 comments  ·  Office Lens Users » Office Lens for iPhone  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    TeeC commented  · 

    Flow in Microsoft365 can be used to rename the files in OneDrive.
    The renaming portion of this request doesn't really seem like something that should be specific to OfficeLens.
    Being able to specify a OneDrive folder is essential though for a lot of users. However, Flow can be used to do this too.

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    5 comments  ·  Office Lens Users » Office Lens for iPhone  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    TeeC commented  · 

    I agree there should be a quick access button to go to your scanned files. At the moment in the current version you need to go to the Settings menu then My Files.
    However, there is easily enough space either side of the round camera button to place a quick access button directly to My Files; e.g. there is a button to go to Media at the bottom left, but not to go to My Files.
    An alternative to the OP's comment, is to have a menu option in the settings that allow you to specify if start-up behaviour is straight to the camera mode or straight to My Files.

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