Here are the latest updates to the OneDrive service!
This month, we’re rolling out new integration with Microsoft Flow and improved support for UPN changesin the OneDrive sync client. We also have an update on the new Manage Access experience.
As always, feel free to leave your feedback, comments or questions below. This will be our last message center update for 2018; we hope you all have a happy holiday and we’ll look forward to sharing more in the new year!
New Integration with Microsoft Flow
Rolling out in December
Easily create and run out of box Flow templates directly from OneDrive. Just select a document and click on the Flow button in the command bar. You’ll automatically have the options for the Copy as a PDF and Request sign-off Flow templates. Run the Flow and with one click you can create a copy of any document for a PDF or send off an approval.
Microsoft Flow Integration in OneDrive
Improved support for UPN changes in the OneDrive sync client
Starting with the November sync client update (build 18.212.1021.0008), the OneDrive sync client (on both Windows & Mac) will automatically switch to sync the correct OneDrive location after a user’s UPN changes. Please note that, while the UPN change is propagating, users may see an error message informing them that their library cannot be synced. Users who see this should restart the sync client once the UPN change has completed. For more information on how UPN changes affect OneDrive scenarios, see https://docs.microsoft.com/OneDrive/upn-changes.
New Manage Access Experience Update
Delayed to January
In our previous Message Center Update, we announced that the new Manage Access experience was rolling out to Production in late October and November. We've identified an issue with the existing release that prevents users from removing specific external users from sharing links (though the link itself can still be deleted as a whole). We are rolling back the new Manage Access experience until January while we fix this issue. We appreciate your patience!