Aug 15 2016 07:05 PM
Aug 17 2016 10:29 AM
Hmmm ... that is not what I see. I only see the New control when I do NOT have a file selected. When I select a file I see: Share, Get a link, Download, Delete, Move to, Copy to, Rename, Version history. Screen snip attached.
Aug 17 2016 02:59 PM
I attached the screenshot to my last post, but that means you have to download it and open it. Let me see.. do I insert a photo? Do I just paste it in here. Let me try pasting it.
Ok - I used 'Insert a Photo' to get the screen snip here.
I would love to know what is going on with Alerts in OD4B. Greg
Aug 17 2016 04:25 PM
I'm seeing what you are seeing, no Alerts.
My feeling is that they are pushing us to use Delve to find out what is changing in Office365 and not via e-mail Alerts.
Aug 17 2016 05:50 PM
Right now I can set them but I have to switch to classic and select show ribbon. Even so, I am not sure they are reliable, and I haven't had a chance to get methodical about my approach to testing this. I just modified a file as one account and checked the other account (the one which set the alert) to see if I got email.
Oct 26 2016 06:44 AM
We are missing both the Post to Yammer and the Alert me. Can someone please direct me on how to get those features turned on.
Oct 26 2016 01:07 PM
Dec 14 2016 04:44 AM
I have a BIG problem to share the info about to setting alerts with my collegues.
I can't tell them to create an Alert to receive a message when a person update a file they have to:
- switch to Classic OD
- turn the Ribbon on
- click on data collection
- click on Alert settings
I believe that the way to go is really tortuous...
That's not possible that Microsoft can't place a simple icon on the new interface!!
Dec 14 2016 11:31 AM
To add to the confusion the Message Center (MC88752) published "Updated feature: Alert mails for OneDrive for Business and SharePoint " on 12/13/2016. This message reports that the email format of alerts has been updated for SharePoint Online and OD4B, however setting an alert still involves too many clicks and you have to switch to classic for OD4B. The link to more information on the message (https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Change-the-settings-for-your-alerts-49629CFE-88D0-4DFB-8766...) points to instructions with screen shots of the classic experience.
Dec 14 2016 02:31 PM - edited Dec 15 2016 12:47 AM
Yes, I saw this message in the Admin Control Panel!!!
I can't explain to all people in the company to follow the "serpentine" road upper described to trigger an alarm to a specified folder!!!
A lot of confusion.
Microsoft solve this problem....
Mar 12 2018 06:58 AM
So I see there has been a lot of movement on this as the last post was over a year ago. Are we ever getting an Alert set up for OneDrive for Business? Explaining to customers that they have to turn old features on to get to a something that still works is a little much.