I guess this is a feature request...
When viewing documents on Axshare, the icon color is the only way to tell what type of document it is. This being the case, there should be some type of legend, tooltip, or something to tell the user what the colors signify.
(Even when going into "FILE + SETTINGS," for a team project there is no way to tell whether it's a library file or a document file - you have to know what the icon color means.)
Consider adding a column to the table for the document type.
Another simple solution would be to display the file extension after the name.
Additionally, the colors should match, but for a team project file (.rpprj) the icon in Windows is purple, whereas on Axshare it's pink - this causes needless confusion.
(Ideally the icons should be identical between the OS and Axshare. The shapes don't match, and the other colors are also slightly different - but at least they're close enough that one can easily figure out which is which.)
One last (related) request:
Just use the file name for the project name on Axshare, rather than making them two separate fields. That way A) the name will always match the user's local file name, rather than the user having to remember to go log in to Axshare, find the prototype, and manually edit the name, and B) the file extension will display, which helps solve the issue mentioned earlier.
Ok, one more:
For a regular document or library, the user can download the file from Axshare. For a team project file (team document or team library), there is no way to do this. Would be nice if this behaved consistently and user could see the file name with extension and download a copy of the file.