My rant-of-the-day goes to Google (docs).
I also thought that after all these years Google must have built a robust and intuitive product able to compete with MS office in terms of feature and compatibility. And decided to give it a try (using the latest Chrome). Conclusion is disappointment. Small docs lightly decorated (bold, italics, colors...) are usually ok either from MSO to GD or straight from/to GD. When it comes to create numerated chapters, margins, headers footers etc... you must count on your best of luck. It may or may not work the way you think it would. Talking bugs, missing features, compatibility issues / different rendering depending on where you view the doc etc... It sounds like Google Docs is an abandonned project.
To a larger extend I'm under the impression the problem covers many Google products. And this is where the rant takes place. There are many brilliant people at Google. And Google is expanding a lot. Good technicians become managers, new people fill the teams. Brilliant people move to the new or strategic projects. All of this, happening at a fast pace, results in very good ideas being implemented by brillant people, who move to management / something else to fill the new juicy positions created by an uncontrolled expansion. While those brilliant people enjoy the satisfaction of having given birth to spectacular novelties, the - initially good - products are then maintained by lower profile / new staff, not having the same level of motivation (creators vs maintainers, basically). Thus many products are left with obvious and annoying bugs for months or even years ( just to name a few, Maps (website) while in a foreign country ignoring language options and display names in local language ; Search now ignoring domains that are supposed to be filtered out based on settings etc... Just visit Google forums - bugs last for a long time, and replies from Google teams, when present, do not usually answer positively the initial question. All products have bugs - ok - but it seems the staff doesn't care much. It reminds me [not that bad yet, but gets closer] the Microsoft forums of the early 2000 where the MS staff only answered with arrogance ).