Here are the latest functionalities that rolled out to production in the month of October-2020.
- File sharing in Microsoft Teams
- Known Folder Move in FRE
- Teams Meeting & Calling recordings stored in OneDrive and SharePoint
File sharing in Microsoft Teams
Teams is your hub for teamwork where people collaborate on files, communicate, and streamline processes. In an effort to provide a consistent sharing experience across Microsoft 365—no matter where you share your file, whether through Office apps, Outlook, OneDrive, or SharePoint, the sharing experience is similar—we’re bringing some of the sharing capabilities you already know to Teams. Now, users will be able to set familiar sharing and access controls directly in Teams with the added option to share a link with a specific private or group chat. This means only people in that chat have access to the shared content. Shared links intelligently reconcile to file name and all sharing follows the admin settings and configured policies.
Sharing integration in Microsoft Teams
Known Folder Move in FRE
Our new first run experience now allows you to select which Windows known folders you would like to sync to OneDrive. Moving your important folders to OneDrive allows you to have the power of cloud in your most productive folders on Windows. This decision was brought into the first-run experience to give you the best OneDrive sync experience from initial sign-in.
Teams Meeting & Calling recordings stored in OneDrive and SharePoint
Teams meeting and call recordings can now be stored in your OneDrive for Business or in SharePoint, providing the ability to share recordings with guests or external users, access meeting recordings faster, and manage recordings with security and compliance controls available to other file types in Microsoft 365. Teams Admins can select their recording storage location by updating policies using PowerShell. Learn more
Learn more and stay engaged
As you can see, we continue to evolve OneDrive as a place to access, share, and collaborate on all your files in Microsoft 365, keeping them protected and readily accessible on all your devices, anywhere.
You can stay up-to-date on all things via the OneDrive Blog and the OneDrive release notes.
Check out the new and updated OneDrive documentation.
Take advantage of end-user training resources on our Office support center.
Thank you again for your support of OneDrive. We look forward to your continued feedback on UserVoice and hope to connect with you at Ignite or another upcoming Microsoft or community-led event.
Thanks for your time reading all about OneDrive,
Ankita Kirti – Product Manager – OneDrive | Microso