moderated Re: Moving to OneDrive at work
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I would imagine however it , in many, ways acts just like an extra drive on your computer. There are syncing issues and JAWS will read prompts. If you find tutorials please post a link.
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Sent: Thursday, October 17, 2019 3:21 PM
Subject: Re: Moving to OneDrive at work
Are their tutorials on getting started with 1 drive?
No problem I can easily my One Drives files from either the folder on my desktop or through the web portal without difficulty.
Very glad to hear it. Thanks for easing my mind.
I use One Drive for saving almost all of my work and personal documents. I work from home and have found no issues with JAWS and One Drive. You can make files available off line as well as access directly from One Drive. One Drive is my main source and I , thankfully, have no issues.
At work, we currently use a combination of saving files to our laptop C drives and to a series of network drives that are backed up nightly. My company has just announced that we are moving toward using OneDrive. The email says it will feel seamless for users, with the main change being that everything will now be backed up to the cloud and we’ll need to mark any files we want to have available offline.
Can someone reassure me or let me know of any issues using OneDrive with JAWS 2019? Will it feel like Windows File Explorer does now? Will I be able to access the option to save copies of files for offline use?
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