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OneDrive Files On Demand

The SharePoint Virtual Summit (held May 16th), contained some important news about changes coming to OneDrive For Business and Consumer. The biggest announcement was the introduction of OneDrive Files On Demand – the long awaited Placeholders update/replacement. We’ll focus here on the OneDrive and SharePoint news. If you want a recap on the entire Virtual SharePoint Summit, here you go. OneDrive Files On Demand “OneDrive …

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Fixing OneDrive/SharePoint Sync Issues

When you’re using the Groove sync client, it’s easy to get sync error notifications. Sometimes they are an easy fix and sometimes you can spend a lot of time trying to first locate and then correct issues. A quick way to fix OneDrive For Business/SharePoint sync issues is to stop syncing the affected folder, renaming it (you’ll see why), and then sync it fresh. It …

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How To Do An Initial OneDrive For Business Sync

If you are putting Office 365 along with OneDrive for Business and SharePoint on a new computer or workstation, this video will show you how to start your first OneDrive For Business and SharePoint sync. (Windows 10.) I’ll outline the general steps below, but check the video to catch all the detail. This video deals with how to do the OneDrive For Business & SharePoint …

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Office 365 Home and Office 2013 Subscription Services

What software are you using for your email, spreadsheets, writing text and more? The two big dogs are Microsoft’s Office 365 (O365) and Google’s Google Apps. We’re going to look at Office 365 Home subscription services and give a run-down of what it is, what you get and what it costs. Subscription services, sometimes called SaaS (software as a service), are pretty mainstream. How many …

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Office 365 Adds Auditing and Storage Upgrades

The Office 365 Team published a blog article on Feb. 16, 2016 about auditing  features and storage upgrades just added to Office 365. We’re going to look at the auditing features administrators can get, how our storage limits have increased and a larger size upload for documents. Here’s a 4 minute video I’ve done that gives a tour of these three areas I’ve detailed below. …

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Office 365 Calendars – How To Create and Share

This week I was going to begin our 3-week video series on the 3 types of Office 365 calendars. That will be delayed for a week or two now. This is because I need to do some more research into the calendars. The creating of the calendars is very easy to do – it’s the sharing, syncing and viewing on mobile and on different platforms …

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Office 365 Clutter Feature

The Office 365 Clutter feature is a machine learning software that silently watches your email habits in the background and then after a while, starts moving emails it has noticed you’re not opening and moves them to the Clutter folder. Clutter came out in November, 2014 and was originally turned off for every user. As of June this year (2015), this feature is now automatically …

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Share Your Microsoft Documents Without The Cloud

There are continual updates to Office 365 and OneDrive. One of them is a streamlined way to send documents without having to log into your cloud account as long as your documents are stored in OneDrive. Streamlined meaning you don’t send the document itself, instead you’re sending the recipients a link. We’re going to step you through how to do it. Before this update appeared, …

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