Many customers have deployed Office 365. However, the usage of all components is not optimal. That is why I wrote this short and simple Office 365 Storage Guide. Tweak it as per your specific needs but the base concept is same. No documents should be stored on local My Documents. Storing a document on a particular device makes it unavailable to even the person who created it. That is why, it should go on a cloud storage. In addition, files stored on the cloud are easier to share with others.
OneDrive has a sync (like all other cloud providers). Sync creates a local copy on your PC, Laptop or Mobile phone for selected files or folders. The local copy can be edited while offline. But what about folders shared with me by others? Here is how you can sync shared OneDrive folders.
This article is a part of worst practices series for Office 365. Excessive misuse of email attachments for sharing files remains to be the hardest issue to resolve. Read on to find out the problem and the solution approaches available to you.
Here is a quick introduction OneDrive for Business. In this 5-minute video, you will learn:
- What’s wrong with My Documents.
- Why store documents on OneDrive
- How does OneDrive work without Internet Connection
- Benefits of storing files on OneDrive
- Sharing on OneDrive
- Sharing from Office
- Outlook tip: Send links instead of email attachments
- Edit on a browser
- Edit together on same document
- Versioning on OneDrive
- OneDrive file type supports
- How to use Onedrive for the first time
Interested in more details? Read these articles.
Here is a collection of all articles related to OneDrive. This page will be updated whenever I write more articles on this topic – OneDrive for Business.