How do I transfer files to OneDrive?
You can either upload files directly from OneDrive in the portal (o365.umu.se) or in OneDrive in windows explorer on your computer by dragging and dropping the files in the folder OneDrive – Umeå University.
Can I create folders in OneDrive?
Yes, you can create folders in OneDrive. Either directly in windows explorer or in OneDrive on the portal (o365.umu.se).
Can I give a colleague access to a file in my OneDrive?
Yes, you can share files or folders with a colleague. If you share a document, the colleague will have access to the latest version. This means that if you change the document, the colleague will also see it without you having to send the document again.
You can choose whether the colleague should be able to edit the document or just read it. If you choose to edit it, you will also be able to edit the document at the same time.
Can I see which files I have shared with others?
Yes, in OneDrive on the portal (o365.umu.se) you can see which files you have shared.
Can I see which files others have shared with me?
Yes, in addition to receiving an email when someone has shared a file with you, you can see in OneDrive on the portal (o365.umu.se) which files others have shared with you.
Can I stop sharing a document?
Yes, in OneDrive on the portal (o365.umu.se) you can stop sharing a document.
What happens if I accidentally delete a file in my OneDrive?
If you accidentally delete files in your OneDrive, the files can be downloaded from the trash via OneDrive in the portal (o365.umu.se), where they are stored for 30 days. After 30 days, the files are placed in a secondary trash can for 60 days before disappearing. Your files are stored in the recycle bin for a total of 90 days. The same applies to files in teams or shared libraries.
Where are the files physically stored?
The files you store in OneDrive are stored in Microsoft Datacenter. Umeå University has decided that all data will be stored within Europe.
Can I use OneDrive if I use a Mac?
Yes, you can use OneDrive if you use a Mac.