The OneDrive Preferences> About). Use the App Store to update if necessary. Installation 1. Navigate to OneDrive in the Mac App Store and down load the OneDrive app (ensure you do not download the app “OneDrive for Business”, which is an old version). Install the OneDrive app and then open it from the Applications folder.
More than ever, employees are relying on cloud-based tools that allow them to work smarter and more effectively. For organizations running Office 365, OneDrive for Business is becoming the focal point for end users and cloud IT admins alike. It’s helping end users collaborate and giving admins additional capabilities to manage their tenant’s influx of data. Despite OneDrive for Business still being in its infancy, there are a number of capabilities that admins can implement or share with end users to help boost adoption and create power users. Unfamiliarity is a major impediment for end users and it’s stopping them from using OneDrive for Business to its full potential.
The 11 OneDrive for Business tips laid out below will help both admins and end users better understand what the tool can do to increase work productivity. Work Offline with the OneDrive for Business Sync Tool The cloud enables users to work from anywhere, on any device, at any time. But sometimes, you just don’t have internet access. OneDrive for Business offers a tool that helps you get around your Wi-Fi troubles and allows you to work offline. In order to work without internet access, you first need to download the OneDrive for Business. You’ll then need to where you can navigate to OneDrive, find the library you wish to access offline, then press sync. You can sync up to 20,000 files and folders in your OneDrive for Business library.
Microsoft has also clued us into some that are just around the corner. Note: If for some reason you have low bandwidth or accidently began syncing your OneDrive for Business, you can easily. Use Office Delve to Gain Insight into Your Organization is a relatively new product from Microsoft that helps you see what your colleagues are working on across Office 365. Delve integrates with OneDrive for Business so that you can find and share documents as quickly as possible. Powering Office Delve is a technology called that maps the relationships between people and content, according to Microsoft. Delve looks a lot like Pinterest at first glance, pulling from the social network’s card-based interface.
The “cards” are made up of documents that are accompanied by a variety of details like comments, likes, views, and tags to provide insight into why each card is important. The cards are dynamic, in that you click on them to launch the document in Office 365, giving you the ability to edit or comment immediately. Delve is a project management tool and social network wrapped into one. To get a comprehensive overview of the product and how you can use it, follow the links below: • • • 3. Quickly Save Attachments to OneDrive for Business The benefit of having an integrated file sync and share solution lies in its ability to connect to the applications that you use most often. As any Office user can attest, much of your work day is spent in Outlook where you are constantly sending and receiving new documents.
Now, you can easily, right from the Outlook Web App. To save all documents in an email, simply select Save to OneDrive or Save all to OneDrive. This will save your documents to a OneDrive folder called Email Attachments; attachments can then be moved from folder to folder from within your OneDrive. You can also save a single attachment by accessing more options through the down arrow found on each attachment. Note: These features are not supported in Outlook 2013. Check Out Your OneDrive for Business Storage Space With OneDrive for Business, you’ll want to in your organization. As an admin, you can quickly find out by navigating to your Site settings page in OneDrive for Business, and then selecting Storage Metrics.
You’ll see a bar in the upper right corner showing the allotted space remaining. If you’re looking to free up some storage space, a quick way to do so is by emptying your recycle bin. Enabling and Using Version Control Version control is a great way to stay up to date with the latest changes that you or your fellow co-authors have made to documents. To take advantage of version control, you need to make sure that you have version history enabled in OneDrive for Business. To find out, select any file in your library, and then click Files > Version History.
If Version History is grayed out, you may need to contact your organization’s administrator to enable it. Admins can choose to from an entire list or library. Depending on the importance of a document, version control settings can be configured to save a new version every time an edit is made.
Choose View→Header and Footer from the menu bar. Click within either the Header or Footer area. Your cursor will be at the left. Press Tab once or twice to move to the center or right, if desired. Type the word “Page,” followed by a space. Choose Insert→Field from the menu bar. Make sure that Categories is set to (All). Librarian Daniel Ransom demonstrates how to create an APA formatted running head in Microsoft Word for Mac. Add a header for subsequent pages by scrolling down to the header section of the next page and double clicking in the top margin to activate the header editing tools. Enter the title of your paper in all caps, without the initial 'Running Head: ' entry. Add a right-side page number as in the first-page header. Double-click the header or the footer area (near the top or bottom of the page). On the Header & Footer, tab, click Field. In the Field names list, click Page, and then click OK. Click on the Documents Elements from the top menu options and then click on Header. Choose Basic from the resulting drop-down menu. Note: Delete the default text boxes, which are in brackets. Click on the purple Header and Footer option and check Different First Page. In the header, type the text ^Running head: _ followed by a space.