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OneDrive For Business Tutorials

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NOTICE: OneDrive for Business sync client support for Mac OS X Yosemite 10.10 and Mac OS X El Capitan 10.11 is ending on February 1, 2019. To learn more, please refer to OneDrive for Business FAQ.

Getting Started

OneDrive for Business is a cloud-storage service where you can securely store, share and sync your work files across all your devices.

Files in OneDrive for Business

Add and Upload

Create Word, Excel, or PowerPoint documents or upload files to folders in OneDrive for Business.

Manage

Manage your files by learning how to find and organize all your documents, download and copy files to different locations, and delete old and unneeded files and folders

Find and Organize

Download and copy

Delete

Restore

Restore recently deleted or previous versions of files, folders, and your entire OneDrive.

Sharing, Collaboration and Syncing

Sharing, Collaboration, and Permissions Management

Share documents with others so they can review or edit the content. Sharing documents this way is more efficient than sending them as attachments.

Sharing and collaboration

Permissions

Sync

Sync your documents stored in the cloud to your computer or mobile device so you can access them offline.

Mobile

OneDrive mobile apps allow you to easily get to and share your documents, folders, and other files from anywhere on your iOS, Android, or Windows device.

Accessibility

Lynda.com Online Training

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Last Updated: December 18, 2018