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Rating
(10)
Level
Beginner
Updated
Aug 24, 2018
Duration
41m
Description

Working in a business means having to store, share, and sync work files in the cloud. OneDrive for Business allows you to collaborate on documents with others, update and share files from any device, and share and sync in the cloud. This course, Using OneDrive for Business, will first help you to navigate within OneDrive Online. You'll then learn how to upload and share files, sync files for offline work and search for content. Finally, you'll discover how to work with attachments in Outlook and the Mobile App. By the end of this course, you'll be able to use OneDrive for Business to boost productivity, information-sharing, and collaboration at your workplace.

About the author
About the author

Heather Fitzpatrick’s interest in technology began while studying biology at Daytona State College. Through 12 years of delivering training she has earned active certifications: Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Master, Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA), ITIL and has been a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) since 2010. In 2012 Microsoft appointed her MCT Regional Lead for the Eastern United States. 

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Using OneDrive for Business
OneDrive for Business is your personal cloud content storage. This can be accessed from the Office 365 portal. Now, with the landing page that you see insight right now, you will notice an icon that has blue clouds; this is OneDrive for Business. By clicking here, you can launch this application. You can also go to the app launcher in the upper-left corner no matter where you are within Office 365, you can select this app launcher, and then select OneDrive from the menu that you see here. Let's go ahead and do that now. The application will load within the same tapped area of the web browser that you're working with. On the left is the navigation panel to find your way around. By default, the place that it's going to take you to when you first launch this application is files, and this is the file library as you see it here to the right. It's a listing of folders and files in a table type of a view. Above this library is a toolbar which can be really helpful with the ways that you work with your files. Right now we can create something new, we could upload existing content, we can automate file processes with flow, and we could sync this to the desktop. Thanks for watching, I'll see you in a future lesson.