At My institution, Washington State University, we have a deal with Microsoft to use Office 365. If Mike is going to ask for Google Docs, I will ask for Office 365. I have also filtered out a lot of "pages" files
This might point up the difficulty of supporting that sort of thing - there are so many possible file types to support.
See also Willis Dair's response to "Can a Chromebook be configured for UniPrint".
Of course, there is always the "poor man's" way around it ... Output the Google/Office/Whatever doc to PDF. Print the PDF.
Otherwise, I agree if we're going to support a specific application's documents we're inviting the need to support many other document types.
- Paul L.
I see the workaround for Chromebooks, and Save as PDF is possible on Mobile devices using a browser. Google Docs have a similar option when the document is open in a browser to download as PDF (other formats also). Yes, there are workarounds, but does Pharos have any plans to perform the document translations for Google or any other cloud solutions within Mobile Print itself?