Learn how to send a link to a file stored in OneDrive.
- [Instructor] Chances are when you attach a document to an email it's something you just edited. Let's take a look at how you can use the familiar paperclip to add a modern attachment. With an Outlook email message open, select Attach File. The first area of this drop-down list is recent items. If it's something you just saved the file will be listed here. The Landon promotion letter is a file that needs to be attached. Under the name of the file is the file path where it's saved. It says my.sharepoint.com. This in fact is OneDrive. It's hosted on SharePoint.
Select the file. The choices are to Share a link. This is a modern attachment. Or, to Attach a copy. This is the classic method for an attachment. Select Share link. And that's how you attach documents in a modern way. To learn more about OneDrive or browse our entire library of courses visit linkedin.com/learning.
- 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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