MyOffice Spreadsheet automatically saves all changes made by users.
If MyOffice Spreadsheet detects that changes made to the document had not been automatically saved for a while, a notification will be displayed in the upper part of the window above the Control bar informing that it is impossible to save the document. This notification will also be displayed in the Status bar. You can still work on your document while the notification is displayed. You can also open and copy the information regarding the error by clicking View problem details in the notification window.
Once the connection to the server is reestablished and changes are automatically saved, the notification will not be displayed and MyOffice Spreadsheet will work as usual.
Users are allocated a certain storage space quota. When the storage limit is exceeded or almost reached, the users will receive the following notifications:
•When approaching the set limit: A notification will be displayed above the Control bar that the file storage space is running out. This notification is a warning, and the user can continue working on files without interruption. You can hide the warning by clicking on the warning or by logging in to MyOffice web applications again. In case the quota problem persists the next day, the notification will be shown to the user once again.
•The allocated quota limit has been reached: A notice will be displayed above the Control bar that the file storage space is running out. This warning cannot be hidden, no further operations with files are possible until the quota issue is solved.
To free up space, delete unnecessary files from the storage or contact your system administrator to increase the quota size.
Apart from automatic saving, changes in files are also saved when:
•Closing the file
•Closing the tab or the browser window
The last actual version is also saved when:
•Sending files by email (if an email client is connected)
•Creating a copy of the file
•Downloading a file
•Saving a file as a template