What is OneDrive?
OneDrive is a personal library intended for storing and organizing your work documents. As an integral part of Office 365, OneDrive lets you work within the context of your organization, with features such as direct access to your organization’s address book.
Engage365 accounts, along with OneDrive, SharePoint, Lync, Office Pro-Plus and Office mobile, are activated / deactivated based upon an individual's current association with the university. Please refer to the Messaging Services page for information concerning address assignment and account eligibility to determine if you are eligible for this service.
Store your work documents and related files
With OneDrive you get 1 TB of space in the cloud. Please note, this storage space is separate from that assigned to your mailbox, which is set to 50 Gb.
All files that you store in OneDrive are private initially – only you can see them – unless you decide to share them. You can easily share a file with everyone in your organization by placing it in the Shared with Everyone folder, for example. You can also share files with specified co-workers so you can collaborate on projects.
Please note: there are restrictions and limitations associated with the syncing of files with OneDrive. These limitations are associated with the size of the file; number of files that can be synched; invalid characters in files names and folder names to name a few. For detailed information on these restrictions and limitations please select the link below.
To use your OneDrive library, select OneDrive in the header at the top of a SharePoint or Office 365 page.
To learn more about the OneDrive library, select one of the links below: