One Drive is a storage and collaboration tool that makes it easy to store and share files, media and documents all in one place, with access from any device with an internet connection. Every York University faculty/staff has 1TB amount of storage space for use and in this training you will learn to manage your files. By default, all your stored documents are visible to you only, but in this workshop, you will learn how to bypass “attachments”, by learning how to share documents with colleagues, staff, students and with non York University members. Learn how to:
- move existing files from your X drive or shared office files to One Drive
- share a link to a specific file for either viewing or editing purposes
- share a folder with multiple files for the purpose of reference and/or collaboration
- facilitate team work by collaborating in real time with other workshop attendees
There will also be a brief introduction to Teams that allows for collaborative project work by using real-time editing tools such as chat and video conferencing. You will learn to create a team, add users, communicate between team members and share files.
To sign up for training please complete the OneDrive with Teams (Office 365 suite) training registration form. For more information, visit the eServices Office website.