Put some sort of feature that pauses a upload ( like taping the uploaded or a dedicated pause button ) some video files are to large to sit and wait for the upload to finish and some people don't have the best internet connection. So pause feature would be much appreciated.
Great suggestion. Thank you.
Suggestion posted in 2016. In 2019 we still don't have such option....
that is a great suggestion!!!!!!
please give us the option to pause/cancel specific uploads
Johan Pramono commented
I search for the solution and comes up with this thread and has been 3 years still no response? Come on! I already commit with this service and a simple pause sync at Android still not available? You have to consider for users with slow bandwidth wifi that prioritize the bandwidth even only for chat!
3 years later and nothing. OneDrive IOS? What a piece of junk! Poor UX, poorly thought out.
David C commented
Setting Upload speed would take care of not pulling all bandwidth
Any updates for this MS?
Dan Zeevi commented
Please Think Harder and decide to implement this Mr. Pearce. This would be very helpful for certain conditions where you might have been interrupted by something that must be taken care of and you do not want to cancel the upload but you must stop using the bandwidth that the upload is using and perform a different process. Once that other task is out-of-the-way you can get back to the upload. I’d like to see the Pause on “Downloads” as well.
And also could upload on the background. Dedicated pause button or a hide button.
on macOS/Windows I do see options to pause for 2/4/8 hours, but would like to have an option to have OneDrive either pause, or run at significantly limited throughput (like I can set in the network tab) during certain hours, but for other hours it can run at full bore. Would be really neat to have an option if the machine has mains power (vs battery) to temporarily override the sleep settings if there is an active sync queue while it is in 'unfettered' mode
Doesn't this feature exist? I can pause uploads on my OneDrive for 2, 8, and 24 hours.
It is really necessary. Besides, resume feature for uploads is really important I believe.
same suggestion from me also
I'm using the iPad app and have the same problem. Since we all know by now Microsoft isn't reading this and does not care to help I thought I'd share something I found.
Go to the upload list, press and hold the file until it turns grey, keep holding and slide it to the left to bring up the delete file upload option. It will remove it completely from your upload list.
You have to delete them one at a time, no bulk delete option. Not fun when there's 350 files to manually delete. Cheers MS.
Thinking about it?? Really??? You guys think that all the world had 10mbps connections, you need sometimes to pause uploads, and resume when we are on a good connection
Mike Shirley commented
I just joined as a paying customer and I am astonished that you have been thinking about this suggestion for 19 months. Really?
Your comment was "Great suggestion" yet nothing from from MS. You guys have the speed of a tortoise and the bureaucracy of General Motors. Will likely go back to Dropbox as they are 4 lightyears more responsive to their customers and have far superior syncing features.
Angie Simants commented
Please restore the ability to pause in Windows 10! I've literally been wondering for days why my browser and downloads were being so slow, on the verge of contacting my internet provider. Turns out OneDrive has been syncing up gigs of photos and videos in the background and hogging all the bandwidth. Would really like to be able to turn this off for a period of time when I need the internet to be responsive!
U. C commented
Not just pause but also cancel upload needed. I can't understand why Onedrive lacks a basic feature like this...
Pausa seria muito util mesmo, em um upload muito grande consome muita banda, gerando muito ms para qualquer outro usuario da mesma rede
Ditto!I don't want to sync to my pc, and no way to pause
Why are we swapping to Mac....actual service
When will you stop thinking about it and start doing it!