Jul 27 2016 11:54 PM
Jul 28 2016 04:02 AM - edited Jul 28 2016 04:04 AM
I am sharing some documents with other colleague and I'd like to receive a notification from the system when someone of them edit these documents.
Some months ago I have done it for a document, now I'd like to do for others but I can't find how.
For that document I continue to receive a message with the name of the file, the author made an update, the time, the hour and the link to go to the document....
Jul 29 2016 12:50 PM
I believe Vincenzo is referring to "Alert Me" (the feature also in SharePoint). I think it used to be available in OneDrive, but it is no longer there.
There really should be a notification system so you can watch documents and receive email alerts for changes.
Aug 02 2016 11:03 AM
Hey Vincenzo, are you referring to OneDrive for Business standalone or as part of Office 365? If O365, check out this page. https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Organize-documents-and-sites-in-Office-365-1a36030f-3e54-4c...
Aug 02 2016 11:03 AM - edited Aug 02 2016 11:06 AM
You have to turn on your Ribbons via the cog/options button in the top right. Then you can see the Files and Library ribbons, I guess it is turned off by default.
Aug 03 2016 12:21 PM - edited Aug 03 2016 12:22 PM
Try going to the classic view of OneDrive then turning on the ribbons to get to Alert Me.it is not in the newer version.
There is no ribbon option in the newer version.
Aug 04 2016 10:36 AM - edited Aug 04 2016 10:38 AM
I have selected the first file on the left and then I have selected the menu FOLLOW (in Italian Segui)...