How To Use Microsoft OneDrive
Microsoft 365 offers so many different applications, solutions, and features that it can be easy to overlook a few. But, by investing just a little time in learning how to use them, you can enjoy a more productive and convenient user experience.
Case in point: Microsoft OneDrive. Do you know how to use it? Or are you still saving files to your desktop?
In our latest webinar, we covered this and more – helping you become more efficient while using this key Microsoft 365 app. See for yourself…
What Is Microsoft OneDrive?
OneDrive is like a cloud-based version of the “My Documents” folder that you’ve come to rely on with your PC for years and years. When you create a document or need to open up one from the past, it’ll likely be stored in “My Documents” (ideally, organised a few sub-folders down).
With OneDrive, it’s the same idea, but instead of being stored in “My Documents” on your local work server, it’s stored offsite in the cloud, which means you can access that same file from your home office, while you’re on your way to work, or even while you’re away traveling for business. It even offers an offline sync engine so that you can keep working when you’re disconnected from the Internet.
When Should You Use OneDrive?
- Don’t want to share. By default, any documents saved to OneDrive are private (unless you place them in the “Shared with Everyone” folder).
- Want to share under very specific conditions, whether that’s in a limited capacity or within a specific timeframe.
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