Microsoft Announces New OneDrive Features

OneDrive is rolling out new features to share and collaborate across work and life.

Recently, Microsoft announced that it is rolling out new OneDrive features to share and collaborate across work and life.
According to Microsoft these new OneDrive features across Microsoft 365 will bring a more connected and flexible files experience to business users, more control to admins, and a more personal touch to everyone at home.
Later this month, the company is rolling out in public preview a new feature called Add to OneDrive that will make it easy to add shared folders directly to your OneDrive. Here shared folders include content that other people share with you via their OneDrive or content that is a part of your shared library in Microsoft Teams or SharePoint.
Source: Microsoft
Add to OneDrive will enable you to bring all your shared content into one place, and you will also be able to work with the shared content with the same power and flexibility as if they are files you own. The added content can be synced, shared, and collaborated on.
Soon, you’ll have the option to create sharing links that provide access to anyone when you go to share a file from within Teams. This includes people within your organization, people with existing access, or specific people, including those in a private or group chat.
In the next few weeks OneDrive will also bring an update to the OneDrive sync app. The update will support read and write sync for shared libraries that contain required metadata.
You will be able to edit content in your synced libraries while working from your desktops.
The upload file size limit in OneDrive and SharePoint has already been increased to 100 GB from 15 GB, for everyone. Soon users will also get the option to turn off comment notifications for individual files. You will also be able to share links copied from your browser address bar with your internal colleagues.
To learn more about new features in OneDrive, you can visit the official announcement here.