Show detailed synced status (speed, time, files...)
We ar efrustrated by endless processing changes and never know what is doing. Show us what OneDrive is doung:
- updating files xxx of xxxx
- time to coplete cca xx seconds/minutes
- uploading at xxkb/s
- files remaining
- files that is curently in sync
Thanks for the feedback. We recently began rolling out our new activity center which shows the files that are sync’ing, have recently sync’d, and more. There’s more to do so please create individual requests for features you’d like to see in upcoming releases.
Absolutely agree with the comments in this thread.
I still use MS products (Office tc.) on my Macs but I urge Microsoft should really get this in place SOON otherwise, many, including me will migrate away to a different solution such as native Mac or Google.
Jim Null commented
Absolutely need this!
>Great suggestion. Definitely something we’re thinking about.
I am looking for this. I notice this post is 16 months old. Is this available now ?
David James commented
You really need to get a move on with implementing this!
Is this seriously not implemented yet? This is a basic feature that ALL of OneDrive's competitors use. Come on.
Daniel Lange commented
please make this happen...
Cher converse commented
Fix my iPhone backup "reset computer sync"
Mikael Hermansson commented
This functionality already exist in the OneDrive MAC client so it should´t be too hard to fix.
I agree this is a much needed feature.
Yeah, especially in situations when "X files are remaining" and you do not know which one.
I agree this is a much needed feature. Right now on my Mac, I have know idea if my sync has finished without checking the specific files that I know were added/updated.
I would love to see you guys incorperate in the explorer to the alias 'OneDrive' something to get the % full right in explorer.
So in stead of there just being the onedrive drive it will say something more like " OneDrive (52% full) "
Any update on this request. If your not planning to implement this idea then announce it at least. We would not be wasting our time or always live in expectation that you would fix it .
Why you Microsoft create uservoice forum when you really don't want to listen? For fun? It is lack of respect for customers. Bye.
Alan Limebeer commented
c'mon OD team. it's great to see MS product groups utilizing tools like UserVoice to provide some transparency and communication with the user community, but when (what some might classify as) essential features are requested, responded to, then ignored for more than 15 months, faith in the development team's commitment to the customer is dramatically eroded. I switched from DropBox to OneDrive when I started my O365 sub, with the expectation that not all features will be equivalently available, they would eventually be. But at this point, I'm considering switching back. Very disappointing. And not because of a feeling of entitlement, but rather because a Program Manager has indicated an intent, followed by complete silence.
Now, I understand that OneDrive is actually a very complex product, crossing multiple platforms, product lines, and versions, and as such, can be difficult to maintain accurate and timely communications with the user base. With such a complex product coupled with a large user-base, UserVoice may not be the best platform for both recieving input from the user base and processing updates to said community. With over 1200 pages of requests in the OD UserVoice, it must be a nightmare to manage, especially with a largely technical based audience mostly made up of inept social communicators who don't bother to find an existing entry to add to, and instead just create duplicate after duplicate requests for the same features you must be drowning, and no one could reasonably expect you to manage it all and continue producing useful and usable products in a timely manner. So with that in mind, I'd like to suggest you develop a new (or extended) approach to transparency and communication. Something like an abridged version of project plans and task/feature development tracking that you must already be using internally. Some kind of explorable, tree-like roadmap of the development or design team's project plans made available to us would have multiple benefits, although the length of this post has far exceeded my original intent, so I won't detail them, though I suspect you of being intelligent enough to see the majproty of them for yourself. Feel free to reach out to me if you'd be interested in hearing more.
Jonathan Antoine commented
Still no update on this ?
Hey Jason Moore... any update on this? your last comment dates 1 year ago. This is a very essential piece of information for us OneDrive users (and something that is default for GoogleDrive).
Sitting here staring at a slow internet connection uploading 3 files for almost 300 Mb.
Wait! I only wanted to select one file.
Is Microsoft taking liberties with uploading files without my consent?
What is going on here?