Print pdf in preview without downloading the file
if you want to print a pdf from coyo, you currently have to download it and open it from your file explorer with an third party pdf reader.
This isn't userfriendly at all and also leads to unneccessary data on the clients.
PLEASE ADD THE POSSIBILITY TO PRINT DOCUMENTS WITHIN COYO.
Blog articles can easily be printed by using the browsers print function. Is an additional button therefore needed?
Besides, we are having a look into printing documents directly within COYO.
Maybe it would be easier to implement a "switching off" of the preview at all. Let the customer decide, if they want it or not!
Our users doesn't like it at all and so we could get our normal pdf-viewer back, where the print option is already included (like in Coyo 3).
Alexandra Manthey commented
Any update here?
László Johl commented
@sven thanks for considering an improvment
Thanks for all your feedback. Since this idea got a lot of votes and we see the importance of it. We will have another look into it.
Philip Leddin commented
This would be great, I tried to print the preview...result was a totally destroyed mix of page elements and parts of the pdf. Maybe theres a chance to give the browser an "hint" which part of the page should be printed?
@Scen Hoffmann, its not possible to print pdfs like that, I think blog entries are way easier.
Stephanie Zobel commented
Are there any plans to setup this feature soon? We do need this as well within the app and the desktopversion.
Thanks for feedback.
Our users also request the possibility to print documents without downloading and Opening them before. It would be so much more userfriendly.
We mostly care about documents such as Word, Excel or PDF documents. This feature is extremely important to us and for the usability of the system throughout our entire company. Please make it at least possible to directly print documents out of the document app without previously having to download said documents.
If you print blog articles via the browser print function, it doesn't look "nice". It should also be "dummy" like. For printing via browser print function, I need to explain my users, first mark all relevant content, then choose print via the browser, then choose "print only marked content", then print. Four steps needlessly.
It would be such a pleasure to have a print button in each article.
László Johl commented
Moin Mr. Hoffmann,
customers requesting this feature to be implemented.
Tobias Keis commented
It would also be great if you could print a blog article easily with a button or something like that.
also print to excel or send directly ba mail