Survey Archive

31 Jan 2019

Overwrite on macOS

The keyboard layout on Apple computers is special and some keys are missing. For example there is no Insert key to toggle between insert and overtype. LibreOffice supports the function and you can switch by clicking

19 Dec 2018

Save the bibliography?

LibreOffice has the capability to add references to a document and finally a bibliographical index, which is essential for scientific publications. The style of references depend on the journal and the discipline. So it is common to

5 Nov 2018

Quick poll on the design of the Karasa Jaga icon theme

The icon theme Karasa Jaga has been introduced in release 6.1. It was originally created for Sundara OS and is heavily inspired (and derived) from the discontinued Oxygen icon. The icon designer Rizal Muttaqin seeks

8 Nov 2017

Community-vote for the new ‘Getting Started Guide’ cover

The new release 6.0 of LibreOffice is just around the corner. And we also want to update the documentation for this release. We have three proposals for new covers and would like to know which one you

28 Sep 2017

A Flock of Hummingbirds: On the Search for the LibreOffice Mascot

tl;dr: Please vote on the LibreOffice Mascot until Oct/08th at https://survey.documentfoundation.org/665628 (survey expired)

Additional to the unique branding of LibreOffice today, we want to introduce an alternative to TDF’s trademarked logo/icon elements that can be used by

26 Sep 2017

Default Margins that Users Apply in LibreOffice Writer

Earlier this year we run a survey about default margins in LibreOffice Writer. The results should prove that the default settings are what users apply in most cases.

For the first question, What should LibreOffice Writer’s default

13 Sep 2017

What Open Source Means to LibreOffice Users

Being an open source project is one of the pillars of LibreOffice. Understanding the people who not only build and maintain but also use LibreOffice is important to anyone concerned about the sustainability of open source. So

13 Aug 2017

Survey: What aspects are important to you?

Being an open source product is one of the pillars of LibreOffice. Technically, that means the source code is available with a license in which the copyright holder grants users the rights to study, change, and distribute

28 Jun 2017

Results from the Survey about LibreOffice Features

Unused features blur the focus of LibreOffice, and maintaining legacy capabilities is difficult and error-prone. The engineering steering committee (ESC) collected some ideas of what features could be flagged as deprecated in the next release –

17 Jun 2017

Survey on LibreOffice features

Due to its long history, LibreOffice has accumulated a staggering amount of features. Maintaining these features is not free, and having a massive amount of features may blur the focus of the software. In order to steer