OneDrive: How to upload files, share files etc.
Why use OneDrive?
OneDrive is a great place to store files. Think of
it as an online USB storage area. Files uploaded there can be
also be accessed on the go from a smartphone or
OneDrive offers powerful collaborative tools. When you share a file with an individual or group from your OneDrive, you can choose to grant them editing access. This can allow multiple people to contribute to an assignment - sometimes simultaneously! Collaborative files contain a version history to help you keep track of any changes made by the group, so it's easy to tell who's done what.
Large File Support
The maximum storage size for assignments on Tabor Online is 48MB, so OneDrive can be an excellent option for students looking to share large assignments (like videos and presentations) with their lecturers. To avoid long wait times, we recommend that files over 500MB are uploaded using the campus Wi-Fi.
How to upload a file to OneDrive
1) To access OneDrive, log into Tabor Online, click
on Microsoft 365 &
Outlook from the main menu, and
select OneDrive from the drop-down
2) Once you're inside your OneDrive, click on the Upload button and select Files. This will allow you to browse the file on your computer.
3) Once the file has been added, it should appear in your OneDrive file list.
How to share a file in OneDrive:
Share via email:
In order to share what you've uploaded with someone else, you will need to click on the Share icon (shown below) corresponding to the file you are sharing.
- Enter the Tabor address of each intended recipient (whether it be a student or a staff email address) into the Name, group or email field.
- Ensure you have provided the correct permissions as shown in the screenshot below.
- You can also leave a description of the contents in the Message field too. Once done, click Send.