The "add to my onedrive" button is missing for shared folder..
Really need the "add to my onedrive button" back so the team can sync shared folders on their desktops.. we've just moved from dropbox and servers to our trial office 360 and things aren't looking good so far.
The documentation here says that this feature is present and supported.
However, I never see that option. I am using Onedrive personal, Shared folder (owner account is also Onedrive Personal). I have "can edit" permissions on the folder.
I still dont see the "Add to my Drive" Option.
I strongly feel that this option is Essential to compete with Google Drive or DropBox... I have been a huge evangelist for Office 365 and OneDrive, and I am stumped to see such a basic feature not working.
I just have the support for this missing functionnality. And they say "you need to share the folder that contain this document...". AND SO WHAT ??? I need to share one folder with one document inside and do this for all my documents that i want to share ???? They are insane.
This button to add to my onedrive is necessary. It exist for a long time and is present in Google Drive. My users from different enterprise don't understand why they can't have doc shared with them in their onedrive. That's unbelievable.
My whole office has this problem right now. Has this been resolved?
Has anyone found a resolve on this?
Jo Haegeman commented
Seriously guys, you need to fix this, and fast.
I don't understand why the most useful functionality has been deleted. It's plain stupid. Fix it, or I will have to change to google drive...
Keith Barowicz commented
This seems like very basic functionality.
Microsoft adds and remove features as they please without warning.
The "Add to my onedrive" feature doesn't exist anymore. Maybe time switch to Google drive.