In this video, Jess Stratton shows you how to work with and sync with the desktop client app to make sure files are kept up to date.
- [Instructor] The OneDrive for Business Client app…allows you to take these files…that are currently on the cloud on OneDrive Online…and access them locally on your desktop computer.…Your system administrator has most likely…already installed the Client app for you.…You can see it by going to File Explorer on your computer.…On the left-hand side, I can see my OneDrive folder.…I'll click on it…and here's all the files that we just saw online.…I'll close out of the browser…so that you can see the window a little more clearly.…
The circle with the green check mark…means that everything has currently synced…and is now residing on my computer.…You'll know you're syncing…because the OneDrive Client app…is running in the background.…In the system tray…on the very bottom right-hand side of your computer,…you'll see the OneDrive cloud icon.…If I hover my mouse over it,…I can see that it's currently up to date.…I'll click once on it…and it's going to pop up a little window.…
If I click on the three dots,…I can quit OneDrive.…
- Name the web portal for the main Microsoft Office 365 applications.
- Explain how to find out how much storage space you are using and how much you have to spare.
- Recall how to create new folder in the web interface.
- Recognize what happens automatically when you start a new document in Office Online.
- Explain the easiest way to stop sharing a document with all involved.