Note that unlike the O-umlaut, the letter Ö cannot be written as “oe”. Minimal pairs exist between ‘ö’ and ‘oe’ (and also with ‘oo’, ‘öö’ and ‘öe’). Consider Finnish eläinkö “animal?” (interrogative) vs. eläinkoe “animal test” (cf. Germanic umlaut). In the case the character Ö is unavailable, O is substituted and context is relied upon for inference of the intended meaning.
Che si decidano a capire che lo svedese non è il tedesco.