OneDrive Essentials for the workplace – OneDrive Fundamentals
OneDrive ins and outs: collaborating with OneDrive, sharing, moving, copying, uploading and downloading with OneDrive
How to upload files to OneDrive
How to download files from OneDrive
How to create folders in OneDrive
How to copy files in OneDrive
How to share files from OneDrive
A smartphone, tablet, laptop or computer and a good pair of headphones
A willingness to learn and an open mind
OneDrive is the Microsoft cloud service that connects you to all your files. It lets you store and protect your files, share them with others, and get to them from anywhere on all your devices. When you use OneDrive with an account provided by your company or school, it’s sometimes called OneDrive for Business.
All files that you store in OneDrive for Business are private unless you decide to share them. You can share files and folders with co-workers so you can collaborate on projects. If you’re signed-in to Microsoft 365, you may even be able to share with partners outside of your organization, depending on what your company allows.
When you send an email from Outlook Web App, you can attach an OneDrive for Business file as a link, instead of sending an attachment. When you Attach a file as a link, you automatically give the people you send the message to permission to edit the file. Plus, you save space in everyone’s mailbox and encourage people to edit the same copy in OneDrive for Business.
Who this course is for
- People who want to learn more about OneDrive
- People who want to use OneDrive for work or even for personal use