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What are the top 3 updates you'd like to see in Access web apps? We have our own list, but we'd love to see yours--we rely on your feedback to continually improve Access. Complete our short survey or tell us your top 3 wish list items for Access web apps in the comments below.
We have grand plans for the next full release of Access, but in the meantime, we are constantly building and shipping improvements to Access 2013 web apps. Have you tried Cascading Controls yet?
I'll have 5, please:
1) The ability to hide items on the Table Selector depending on who the user is.
2) The ability to use Rich Text. It seems weird that we can’t format the text in any way.
3) The ability to upload files other than image files.
4) Union queries.
5) Have databases larger than the size allowed with Access Jet/ACE databases for the last 7 years. 2GB isn’t that big.
VBA or at least a limited sub-set of it. The macros are simply not powerful/flexible enough and severely limit what you can do with Web Apps.
1. Use Sharepoint lists in ACCESS Web App, and use ACCESS Web App tables in Sharepoint, relate them, etc. Currently ACCESS Web Apps are little islands cut off from the rest of Sharepoint.
2. VBA support.
Have made an account just to post here: I would most like to see UNION queries made possible in the web app. As a temporary solution it would be good to be able to make any valid SQL SELECT query on a read only basis, and display the results in a table.
Native email notifications are also a must have feature for the web app
Lastly, don't add too many more features to the detriment of the design experience! People here are calling for full VBA support but this would remove the simple charm of the web apps, which makes them so user friendly.
You are on to a winning formula, and forcing people to stick to good design practice (without bloated macros) is laudable. Remember that for the web apps the drag and drop approach will never replace professionally coded systems, so you don't need to address every use case.
please let us have and light weight HTML editor so we have edit the HTML and create a great UX not have the old 80s pop up dialog box.
link tables without using VBA
poder vincular tablas sin usar VBA
i'm using access 2010 for access data project application.
my wish is access 2013 will continue to support adp files.
vba have to be with tabs.
in big project it's real mess
Allow coding with VBA, union queries, and make editing an existing database easier.
Reports / SSRS for Access 2013 Web Apps on sharepoint online (office 365)
1) Make (global) macro variables, defined with SetVariable, accessible in table event macros.
2) Copy/paste of views
3) A 'free format'-modus for macro-editing like the SQL-window for queries
Tieme, you can copy a view in the designer by right clicking on the view name in the navigation pane and choose "duplicate"
I too completed the survey. There are rather a lot of things on my wishlist, many of them capabilities deprecated from 2010 like e-mail notifications, better control over the user interface (which is practically non-existent in this version), ability to restrict adds and deletes but not edits on datasheet views, etc. Simple things really. Then the more challenging tasks like providing read access to external databases (importing data won't cut it), bringing datasheet views up to snuff in terms of capabilities one can perform in normal form views (including cascading lookups), etc.
The value of Access is not to be charming. It is to enable business process SMEs to make manifest their expertise in the form of an application which can be shared with the organization. Its key attraction is that it doesn't require engaging development middlemen who know nothing of the business process and who are in remarkably short supply (competent ones anyway).