OneDrive is the Microsoft equivalent to Google Drive. In this video, see the similarities between them and begin to familiarize yourself with using OneDrive.
- [Instructor] If you're watching this course,…chances are your organization has decided to move…from G Suite to SharePoint.…Now typically you're not going to put all of your files…into a single SharePoint site.…You may have access to several SharePoint sites.…But most likely you're going to need to store your files…in OneDrive.…In this video, let's explore the basics of OneDrive.…You're most likely very familiar with Google Drive.…It's probably where a lot of your files are stored.…Both in the cloud and locally.…OneDrive is basically the same thing.…
Let's take a look at your Office 365 portal.…Now this is your new Office 365 portal.…This is where you can access all the features of Office 365…including SharePoint.…This is the default view for one specific plan.…Office 365 is highly customizable,…and your portal may look very different.…You may not have the same features that I have here.…You may have more, you may have less.…But at the very least, you should have OneDrive,…SharePoint, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.…
- Identify the categories available for filtering files in SharePoint.
- Recall how to share a file with someone outside of an organization.
- Explain how to use special fonts from Google Docs in a Word file.
- Determine how to incorporate charts from Google Sheets into Excel.
- Recognize the default process of downloading multiple files from Google Drive all at once.