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Microsoft 365 (OneDrive) - Sharing Files

OneDrive on the web can be accessed via Once signed in, click on the OneDrive icon in the column on the left. Files/folders saved there will sync to your OneDrive client (if applicable). 
OneDrive - Icon

Share OneDrive files and folders:

You can use OneDrive to share photos, Microsoft Office documents, other files, and entire folders with people. The files and folders you store in OneDrive are private until you decide to share them and you can see who a OneDrive file is shared with or stop sharing at any time.

Guide: Sharing files and folders

See files shared with you in OneDrive:

Select  Shared in the upper left of OneDrive on the web to view files that others have shared with you. After someone shares a file with you, that file will automatically appear in your Shared with Me list.

OneDrive - Shared

Guide: see what files are shared with you

Stop sharing OneDrive files or folders, or change permissions:

You can stop sharing an item, see who it's shared with, or change the permissions others have to it, if you're the owner of the item. Note: You can't change the permission of a sharing link from edit to view or from view to edit. The way around it is to delete your sharing link and create a new one with a different permission.

Guide: Stop sharing files and folders

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KeywordsOne Drive file sharing permissions share collaborate Office   Doc ID54109
OwnerW. Jason S.GroupParkland College
Created2015-07-20 10:45:40Updated2024-03-18 10:45:12
SitesParkland College
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