Would like to see complete feature parity between OneDrive and OneDrive for Business - well except that the latter would have everything that OneDrive personal had plus some.
Automatic upload of photos and video is one of the OneDrive Personal features that should be added to OneDrive for Business. I realize the technologies are very different on the backend, but it needs to be done.11,794 votes
As announced at Ignite on 9/24/18, Camera Upload is now available for iOS and in beta on Android for OneDrive for Business accounts.
Since iOS 11 starts to use HEIF/HEVC as the camera photo/video encoding format. Wish OneDrive could support these formats or convert it to JPEG/H264 before uploading.
This is now supported in the iOS OneDrive app. There is a new setting to choose to upload HEIC or JPG versions.
In my company employees often need to share files stored in their OneDrive for Business folder with external people, like suppliers and customers.
From the computer they can create a link with no sign-in required, but from the mobile app this is not possible. Because they share files from the mobile with a lot of people they often get in trouble because the recipient don't have an Microsoft account and can't open the link.
Please update the OD4B app so that it is possible to use this feature from mobile.318 votes
This is now supported in the OneDrive mobile apps.
With the new upgrade more emphasis was put on showing the file name rather than the thumbnail. I hate it. I use my picture folders for showing photos and projects to both clients and students from my iPhone. And as a photographer it was a great help. But now the thumbnails are really small and the file names are huge and don't even show the full name. I really don't like that I can't switch that view back to the way it was before. Just because you can create a new preview mode doesn't mean you should.236 votes
We now have a new photo view for folders containing images.
When using the auto upload option in the Onedrive app, all images are uploaded to the same folder, even if they were on different folders on the phone.
This results in a folder with large amount of images that is hard to maintain, and takes forever to load when opened.
I suggest creating a separate folder for each month (2016_06 for example) and sort the images to different folders by date. This will make the images more organized and will solve the issue of having a huge folder with many files.130 votes
This is now supported in the latest version of the iOS app. You can modify the settings for how photos are organized in the Settings → Camera Upload
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