Remove Https: prefix from add attachment feature.
I truly don't see the benefit of forcing a HTTPS: prefix when I need to paste a link into the add attachment field. Typically you don't copy links from browsers or elsewhere that don't already have the HTTPS: within the clip you copy, nor does it coincide with the already complete link I copy from various sharepoint sites. It is unnecessarily duplicit and I would think your developers could prioritize more useful featurettes. As of now I must go back to each link I paste into the attachment field and erase the duplicate HTTPS: as you are forcing a useless prefix down my throat. Hundreds a day, I might as well move to a different platform such as Monday or even a pure spreadsheet as it vastly is more customizable.
Agreed. We internally use trim:// browser protocol to work with files in our corporate document management system.
You want to put in a layer of protection, sure, but at least give us the option to use standard, supported, and totally legitimate use of custom protocols.
My concern here is that you're too interested in pushing your own cloud storage options to let us operate the way that works for us.