New OneDrive build hits Windows 10 for PC and mobile
A new build has been introduced to OneDrive users, specifically the 17.15.6 version of OneDrive, bringing new features OneDrive users have been asking for.
The most exciting feature of the OneDrive update is most definitely SharePoint Online Integration, which was added in hopes of raising productivity and work efficiency on the move, giving the software more overall maneuverability.
SharePoint Online Integration feature works by offering a new section called Sites, which comes in handy when you have an account dedicated to work or school projects and assignments. Through the new Sites section, users will be able to access all their important information (data and files) through SharePoint. This enhances productivity by limiting the amount a user has on multiple accounts and devices, making it easier to organize and have everything one might need at their fingertips at all times.
Another function implemented in OneDrive 17.15.6 is the ability to share both files and folders in the form of links. This lets users take data from their school or work account and link them to collaborators. It also allows them to take the files offline and make sure its easy to access at all times.
For those keen on using the new features such as the Online Integration for SharePoint, the newest OneDrive build is available for download straight from the Microsoft store. Once there, just click the big button telling you to either download or update the OneDrive app and wait for the process to start. Once the download is done, you are ready to use OneDrive and its newest additions.
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