In this blog post, we will learn how to sign in to a newly created outlook.com account, then how to create and rename files and folders in OneDrive.
What is OneDrive?
OneDrive is a cloud storage and file synchronization service developed by Microsoft. It allows users to store and share files from Windows, Android, and iOS devices.
It is available for personal use as well as paid plans for businesses. For personal use, 5GB of free storage space is available, and for business use, a paid plan up to 1TB.
OneDrive Free Plan Features
- 5GB of free cloud storage space.
- Modern attachments
- Real-time team collaboration in full versions of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
- Recycle bin and recovery
- Data loss prevention (DLP)
- Encryption of data in transit and at rest
To use OneDrive sign in to your Microsoft.com account
Click on App Launcher.
OneDrive web interface.
How to create file and folder
To create a file, click on New and then click Word Document.
Write your content, give a file name, and it will save automatically to OneDrive.
Create a new Folder
To create a new folder, click New and then click Folder.
My Documents folder has been created.
Rename file and folder
To rename a folder, select a folder and click Rename.
Specify the new folder name and click Save.
Folder has been renamed.
To rename a file, select a file and click Rename.
Specify the new file name and click Save.
File has been renamed.
Follow our post below to create, rename, and move files and folders in Google Drive.
OneDrive is a cloud storage and file synchronization service developed by Microsoft. For personal use, 5GB of free storage space is available, and for business use, a paid plan up to 1TB.