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Survey time! Where do you use LibreOffice?

Hi @birne, it's worth considering LibreOffice. There are many features in LibreOffice that are very handy, also compared to the competition.

See here a comparison between #MicrosoftOffice and #LibreOffice:
wiki.documentfoundation.org/Fe

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I have considered using it and found it to be a massive overhead. With abiword and gnumeric I'm perfectly fine.
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This is because multible answeres are allowed.
I guess it counts one vote per voter for 100% but every single vote again for the single answers.

Example: Alice voted for A, Bob voted for A and B. Voters: 2 (100%) Votes for A: 2 (100%) Votes for B: 1 (50%).

It would be better to take the biggest number as 100% or all votes.

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@ranx The vote allowed to select multuple options. For example, I checked both work and home. @libreoffice

@libreoffice I also use it for activism (not sure if included in „home“)

@libreoffice i use it when i'm forced to open a document on Linux

@nopefish @libreoffice While I would personally recommend LibreOffice, you are not restricted to that alone if you use Linux. Microsoft Office Online is definitely an option for those who need something familiar.

microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-

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Technically at tyos time qe should all be using it at homme as many still not suposed to leave their home for work or school

@libreoffice I use LibreOffice all the time for professional and private use.

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Microsoft office screwed some my documents. Couldn't restore it. But LibreOffice restored the docos. Mmmmmmagic!😊

I hope people didn't confuse "Home" with "work from home" 😁
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@libreoffice I think multiple answers would be helpful, since I use it both for work and at home. Thanks for all your great work, by the way.

@libreoffice For both at work and home ( i work remotely ) Thanks for the question !

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