add CELL function
some functions are not working on the iPhone app since the most recent update. The CELL function and the FILENAME function no longer work with the most recent update. Please reinstate the functions that were dropped with the most recent update.
[Deleted User] commented
one more vote for this
Yes, please have these functions reinstated in the Mobile and web versions of Excel.
Yes, as others have said not being able to get the current sheet name is a barrier to cross platform compatibility - particularly when it worked before!
Pleas reinstate the CELL function & the FILENAME function in iOS
Alexander Sheldon commented
Or alternatively make a new function for SheetName?
Chris Johnston commented
In particular, a way to reference the worksheet name would be very helpful.
Seriously! We should not even have to request this! Not to mention VB Code!
can't the filename (or alias, there is a "name" for the file, whether or not it's the literal filename of the file you are looking at) and the sheet name be kept?
I understand the security fears for showing folder structure, but there shouldn't be for just the file name and sheet (both of which are visible on the screen when people are editing files)
Kevin Johnson commented
The variability of what is and is not implemented across platforms becomes a barrier to true platform portability and independence. It is very desirable that basic built-in functions should operate the same regardless of the platform.
There is often a desire to be able to place in cell the name of the worksheet - the use of Cell("filename",A1) is a clumsy way of doing that … but at least it works in most settings. Please make (at least) the built-in functions which are there operable on all platforms.
clyde chen commented
We NEED the function! Please support it!
Please restore this function
Seth Rogers commented
The developers told me this was intentional - for security reasons.