In this video, Jess Stratton shows you how to upload files and folders using the OneDrive for Business client app to sync. She shows the changing icons to represent the sync status of the files.
- [Instructor] I've turned off the files on demand…setting here on the desktop…so you just see this green checkmark next to everything…instead of the cloud icon,…just to make it a little bit easier to see what's going on.…So these are all the files that we uploaded…in the last video on the web…and here they are brought right back down…to this folder on my computer.…Now, it is important to note…that there are now two completely…separate copies of these files…because I did upload them…right from a folder that was on my desktop.…In fact, those are all still here.…
I could edit them in this location…and it's still going to leave the other ones…completely untouched.…So I do have two different copies.…There is that to think of.…But you can also sync things from your computer…through this app and have them available to you on the web.…Let's open up a completely different folder.…I'm going to open it up…and put it right next to this one.…Here's another group of folders and files.…In fact, this one's quite large, it's 117 MEG.…
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