We have a request from our user community to be able to create a direct "deep link" to a particular part of a word document. For example, we have a pretty long word document that has headings and subheadings and so on, and instead of sending a link to the user and telling them to to Heading 2.3, would be nice if we could just send them a link that opened exactly where we want them to go.
I read a bit about deep linking but this is something we need to be able to have users do.
I imagine being able to deeplink to OneDrive/SharePoint documents by adding a fragment to the end of the (online) location, e.g. #_bookmark-name. This way, the document structure would need no change, as the already available bookmarks could be used. From within the Cloud-version of Word, I suppose it would be nice to be able to add an option to the context-menu for (internal) hyperlinks in a document, named "copy link to this bookmark". That way, it would be easy to copy the location and paste it is an online app.