Office 365 Getting the Most out of OneDrive
Students will learn about Microsoft OneDrive, cloud-based storage allowing access from any Internet connection.
Students will learn about Microsoft OneDrive and how to get the most
out of using OneDrive. Microsoft OneDrive is a cloud-based storage
service that allows a user to access files from any device with an
Internet connection. This means a user can share files with others
within the organization as well as external users. Files stored on
OneDrive can be edited in the Office Online applications and can even be
co-authored by multiple users at once. Students will learn to access
files, change the view and sorting options, open and save files,
organize folders, share files, and view file details. Students will also
learn to work with Version History, delete files, and sync files.
- Familiarity with cloud-based storage concepts and using the Internet
- Familiarity with Microsoft Office applications
Who is this course intended for?
Students who want to learn more about Microsoft OneDrive, part of the Office 365 environment.
StartOneDrive Overview (3:21)
StartAccessing OneDrive and OneDrive Files (4:43)
StartChanging the View and Sorting (5:41)
StartOpening a File (5:11)
StartSaving Files to OneDrive (6:12)
StartCreating and Rearranging Folders (5:21)
StartSharing Files (7:18)
StartViewing File Details (4:44)
StartWorking with Version History (5:53)
StartDeleting Files (3:38)
StartSyncing Files (5:36)
StartCopying Files to SharePoint (3:22)