Conditional Formatting for Ipad
How can you push the iPad Pro as a laptop alternative, when you don’t have the same functionality in your own apps. CF works on iPad if its already there, so its just editing it that’s required.
Add conditional formatting
I’m very disappointed, that you removed it from iPad please we really need it. !!
Please add conditional formatting in Excel for the iPad!!
Omar Almajdouie commented
Conditional formatting is needed in the iPad
It’s an important addition to those who track stocks and investments
Can we please get conditional formatting for Excel on iPad Pro And I wonder why it has not be done
Tanvi Buch commented
Please introduce conditional formatting for Ipad, its a basic function and i am unable to do a lot of my work efficiently
Thanks for considering this feedback
I fail to understand why on my iPad Pro in 2021 I cannot use conditional formatting in Excel.
As others have commented, please incorporate conditional formatting for Excel on iPad!
Can we please get conditional formatting for Excel on iPad Pro?!
Please add conditional formatting for ipad. We needed it.
Adam Yap commented
Please add conditional formatting in ipad excel app, it gonna help most of people that commonly use excel at ipad
Andrea Balduzzi commented
Please, add conditional formatting on Excel (and Office) for iPad OS. Much needed and already included in Apple’s Numbers app. Thank you.
Get conditional formatting on excel for iPad now! Urgently needed... iPad version needs to be more robust.
I can’t believe I am starting to use Apples Numbers more and more over Excel on my iPad, especially when the reason is that Numbers offers a more complete spreadsheet solution with the inclusion of conditional formatting. I am beginning to wonder what other alternative apps apple offer and whether my office subscription is even worth it.
I honestly prefer Excel over Apple’s Numbers. But it’s silly that Numbers, a free application with no subscription, has the ability to conditionally format while Excel, an application with a subscription, does not. It’s not like conditional formatting is some random feature. It’s almost essential in most Excel use cases. So silly that it’s a feature that is clearly recognized by the application (otherwise how would it be able to display the formatting?) but you can’t add new instances of it.
We need it urgently!
As all have requested herein, I am too am requesting the Excel “Conditional Formatting” be reinstated for all Office 365 apps, Excel iPad and mobile apps. I think iPad, iPad Air, iPad Pro, etc... ALL should have the capability to “Conditionally Format” their spreadsheets to facilitate their specific operations within their homes and businesses. As one of the commenters here aptly stated, iPad users should have all Excel (& I add - all Microsoft 365 Apps included in the subscriptions) Desktop functionality to carry out their duties, especially since the subscriptions we pay for implies full application functionality unless listed as a Premium Plan, which it does not. (Please see pasted notes with respect to iPhone and iPad with Microsoft 365 from Microsoft Office 365 Website (as denoted) below ****.)
It makes absolutely no sense why this feature was removed. In my internet search I located instructions for how it was done on the iPad prior to removal (https://appletoolbox.com/conditional-formatting-numbers-ipad/) but the functionality is no longer there to be used. I checked the App Store to see if I could download the “Apple Toolbox” which I hoped might include this functionality; but there is not anything remotely resembling “an Apple Toolbox” to download.
Thank you for your time and consideration to my post.
***** Pasted Microsoft Office 365 Information from Website (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/microsoft-365-and-office-resources)
The essentials to get it all done. Office Home and Student 2019 is for students and families who want classic Office apps including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint for Windows 10.
The essentials to get it all done. Office Home and Business 2019 is for families and small businesses who want classic Office apps and email. It includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, for Windows 10.
My comment: “This functionality isn’t listed as a Premium feature so therefore the implication stands that it is included!, see below:”
Extra features on your iPad* and iPhone with Microsoft 365 Excel
• Customize PivotTable styles and layouts.
• Add custom colors to shapes.
• Insert and edit WordArt.
• Add and modify chart elements.
A qualifying Microsoft 365 subscription is required to use the extra features
Qualifying plans include:
• Microsoft 365 Personal
• Microsoft 365 Family
• Microsoft 365 Apps for business
• Microsoft 365 Business Standard
• Office 365 Small Business Premium**
• Office 365 Midsize Business**
• Office 365 Enterprise E3 and E4 (Enterprise and Government)
• Office 365 Education E3** and E4**
• Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise***
• Microsoft 365 trial subscriptions
**Existing subscriptions only, these plans no longer available for purchase.
***Looking for OneNote? The app is included in Windows 10 and available for free for Mac. Your purchase of Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise provides access to additional OneNote features (features vary).
Office for iPad® and iPhone®(including Outlook for iOS on iPad® and iPhone®) require iOS 12.0 or later. Office for iPad Pro™ requires iOS 11.0 or later. Office apps are supported on the two most recent versions of iOS. When a new version of iOS is released, the Office Operating System requirement becomes the two most recent versions: the new version of iOS and the previous version.
joseph m. newcomer commented
You got it wrong. The correct request is not "please add this to future versions" but "please stop deleting this from future versions". It is already there, but has been removed for reasons that simply make no sense.
Martin Kempfe commented
excel for IPad lacks the following abilities that are available on a full Mac version:
Please add this to future versions!