Learn how to choose OneDrive files to sync.
- [Instructor] Changes to where your files are available…are available can be made with sync options.…can be made with sync options.…Locate and open the synced library.…From a Windows PC, the keyboard shortcut Windows key and E…can be used to open File Explorer.…Select the OneDrive library.…Next to the name of the files in the folders…is the status column.…If files on demand is enabled,…you will see different check mark…and cloud icons indicating the status.…indicating the status.…A green check mark means it's available on this device.…You can open the file without an internet connection.…
A cloud means the file is only available…when connected to the internet.…To change how a file is stored,…right-click on a status icon…and make a selection from the menu.…By selecting always keep on this device,…notice how all of these status icons…for the folders and files updates to green check marks.…To free up space on this device,…right-click on a status indicator,…and then select free up space.…Now you know how to change…which files and folders are synced.…
- Creating new documents
- Sharing files and folders
- Coauthoring documents
- Managing file versions
- Attaching files in Outlook
- Syncing files
- Scanning documents
- Searching for content
- Accessing OneDrive from Teams and Microsoft Office
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