3 Tips to use Microsoft OneDrive for Business

Microsoft OneDrive for Business is a part of the latest Office 365 or SharePoint Server. It allows you to work in the cloud where you can store, share, and sync all the files to use it in future. You can store up to 1TB which has increased from 25 GB.

Updating and sharing the files become easy as you can now share to any devices with OneDrive for Business installed in it as well as work with them at the same time. The organizations where Office setup 365 has been installed, the end users and the cloud IT Admins prefer this product to meet with the demand of works on time.

The one thing that obstructing the people from using OneDrive is it is new to them as compared to MS-Word. They are not so familiar with this product of Office setup. The admins, on the other hand, want to explore it to the fullest by sharing this to meet the end users.

Here, this article learns the tips to use Microsoft OneDrive for Business to increase the cooperation and improve the productivity level.

Check out the tips of Microsoft OneDrive for Business (for installing visit www.office.com/setup) as shown below-

  1. With the help of the sync tool work offline

Although with the help of the cloud, you can work anywhere, anytime, and on any device without the internet. With the sync tool in Microsoft OneDrive for business, it allows you to avoid the internet connection related issues. You can sync almost 20 thousand files and folders in the OneDrive library.

Follow the steps to apply the tips-

  1. You need to download the OneDrive sync app.
  2. Log-in to your Office setup365
  • Search the OneDrive.
  1. Look for the particular library you want to use offline and press sync.
  2. In case of any issues on low bandwidth -pausing or halting sync is made easy.
  3. Choose it as your default documents folder

Saving all the documents to OneDrive can actually be much productive for you.

Follow the steps to apply the above tip-

  1. Open the Windows Explorer.
  2. Click on the ‘Documents’
  • Select the ‘Include a folder’ option.
  1. Look for the OneDrive folder.
  2. Select the ‘Set Save Location’ option.
  3. OneDrive will be an ideal location where your file will get saved in future.
  4. An easy way to look for the storage space

With the latest Office setup 365 business, the cloud storage space has increased from 25GB to a full terabyte.

Follow the steps to apply the above tip-

  1. Log-in to Office 365 as admin.
  2. Look for the ‘Storage Metrics’ page.
  • Open to receive the update.
  1. In the upper-right corner see the space used as well as available space.
  2. In case Microsoft OneDrive for Business gets install on Windows desktop- Click on the ‘Program’ icon > Select the ‘Manage Storage’ on the shortcut menu.

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