» Microsoft OneDrive for Windows

Microsoft OneDrive keeps files backed up, protected with 2FA, synced, and accessible on all your devices, allowing you and your team to collaborate at any given time. The OneDrive app lets you view and share OneDrive files, folders, and documents with campus partners. By using OneDrive, you are provisioned 5TB of storage. You can work with your synced files directly in File Explorer and access your files even when you’re offline. Whenever you’re online, any changes that you or others make will sync automatically.

Install and Set Up

  1. If you're using Windows 10, your computer already has the OneDrive app installed - skip to step 3.If you don't have Windows 10 or Office 2016, install the Windows version of the new OneDrive sync app.

  2. If you're using a MacOS, please visit our OneDrive for MacOS resource page.

     

  3. Start OneDrive Setup - see drop-downs below.


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Resources and Training

OneDrive Video Training

Download PDF: OneDrive Quick Start Guide

In-person training will be available as OneDrive becomes more broadly adopted across campus. If you are interested in a general informational session on basic functionality, please contact jrivera@chapman.edu

Virtual 1:1 Consultations

Don't know which tools are most effective for collaborating or aren't sure what resources are available for you to use? Well, you can start here by signing up for a One-on-One 45 minute consultation. During your individualized time, we can discuss various options such as G-Drive, OneDrive or Teams.