I'm confused... I'm trying to edit a spreadsheet/document, but I'm told a commercial licence is required
scooke last edited by
Is this new? It seems I can create and edit in my browser, but using the Android or iOS app gives me a pop-up stating "Using the free Community version, you can open documents for viewing only. To access mobile web editors, a commerical licence is required."
I checked their website.. a commercial licence is 1500 USD.
What the heck? What am I missing here?
jdaviescoates last edited by
@scooke it's been like that for ages.
There was a tiny time window during which it was possible to edit OnlyOffice docs on mobile too (i.e. just after Nextcloud Hub something came out all singing and dancing about the OnlyOffice partnership), but then OnlyOffice swiftly shut that down.
I think that is one of the major reasons Nextcloud Hub now comes with Collabora instead.
For a while someone created a naughty fork that generated a fake license key, but I think perhaps that whack a mole game gave up in the end.