Learn how to find the OneDrive version you're using.
- [Instructor] You might be wondering,…which version of OneDrive am I using?…Is it the Personal or Business version?…If you have synced the library to the device,…here's how to check.…Go to the Windows taskbar, and look to the right side.…If you don't see the clouds listed here,…you may need to select the up arrow…to show the hidden icons.…Once you locate the clouds, hover your mouse…over one of them, like the white clouds here.…If the clouds are the color white…and the tool tip text says OneDrive - Personal,…or just OneDrive, this is a Personal synced OneDrive library…for Windows 10, 8, or 7 versions.…
If the clouds are the color white, and the tool tip says,…files are up to date, this is a Personal…synced OneDrive library for Windows 8.1 or RT 8.1 versions.…If the clouds are the color blue,…and the tool tip says OneDrive for business,…or OneDrive - your company name,…like it says OneDrive - Landon Hotel here,…this is an Office 365 subscription.…Now you can take a peek and see…what version of OneDrive you're working with.…
- 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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