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With OneDrive for Business, you can sync files between your computer and the cloud. This provides the following benefits:
For more information, please visit the following Microsoft support article:
Watch Sync OneDrive files and folders
University devices have the OneDrive app pre-installed.
At the end of the setup you’ll see Your OneDrive is ready for you. Select Open my OneDrive folder. You should see a link to your OneDrive folder in the File Explorer navigation pane.
At the end of the setup you’ll see Your OneDrive is ready for you. Select Open my OneDrive folder. You should see a link to your OneDrive folder in the Finder navigation pane.
Once you’re synced, on Windows you will see your files in File Explorer. On a Mac, your files will appear in Finder.
If you use more than one account, your personal files appear under OneDrive – Personal and your work or school files appear under OneDrive – University of Worcester.
You can copy or move files from your computer to OneDrive right from your file system. Treat the OneDrive folder as if it is just another folder on your system- except anything placed in there will sync to the Cloud.
You can also click the OneDrive cloud icon in your notification area to check the status of your files.
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