In this video, Jess Stratton shows you how to upload files and folders using a web browser. It's quick, and you can even drag and drop files right into the browser.
- [Instructor] Let's get to work uploading some files.…I'll click upload at the very top of the browser.…I can upload individual files or an entire folder.…Let's do some files first.…I'll select files.…And now it's just a standard browse dialog box.…So I can select a file.…I can also hold the shift key down and choose many files.…I'll click open.…And I can see that it's currently uploading eight files.…One of those files already existed.…
So here's where it's prompting me,…do I want to replace it or leave the one there?…If I want to leave the one there,…I can just close out of the x and ignore this message.…Or I can choose replace,…and it's going to upload it over the one…that was already there.…I can instantly see my files.…I can see the name of the files,…when they were modified,…who modified them, the size, and what the sharing is.…If I want to look at these files a little more clearly,…in the top right hand side of the screen,…I can choose to view the items with tile previews.…
Now I can see my folder,…and a little bit more clear thumbnails…
- 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.