Microsoft OneDrive lets you save files and photos securely online and access them from any device, virtually anywhere. From backing up files to sharing and collaborating, OneDrive has a lot of features for home, school and work that you may not have discovered yet. Let’s take a look at OneDrive tips for beginner and advanced users—and uncover how to use it to its maximum potential.
OneDrive tips for beginners
Here are some of the key things you can do with OneDrive, including how to get a free account if you haven't already.
OneDrive tips for pros
If you've been using OneDrive for a while, it might be time to take it to the next level. Here are a few advanced features that may help make life easier, while keeping your files and photos safer.
No matter how you use OneDrive—to back up your camera roll, scan and sign documents, or to share files—these tips will help you get the most out of OneDrive. If you need 1 TB of storage, ransomware protection and other robust features for home, school or work—check out the premium features available with a Microsoft 365 subscription.
1 Assumes photos are 2MB each and docs are .08MB each.
2 This feature is not available on OneDrive for school or work.
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