Allow automatic upload of photos and video from mobile clients to OneDrive for Business
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.
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.
It is outrageous that a PAID SERVICE is stripped of a feature that even a FREE ACCOUNT is able to use. It should be the !paying! CUSTOMER who chooses whether to put his pictures on to his "personal" account or his "work account", and NOT microsoft.
Captain Norbs commented
Absolutely must have for a cloud application and shocking it's removed from the functionality when this is supposed to be an "upgrade" form a personal OneDrive plan.
Both OneDrive Personal and OneDrive business use the same engine so this is just a daft choice amongst the Microsoft ranks.
I really think this is an absolutely required feature for small sized companies.
I really often take pictures of whiteboard sessions with my phone or documenting pictures and I see it as a security threat having to sync them to a personal account rather to my business account.
Actually, I'm paying for that but have more functionality at the for-free version. This business model seems broken to me :-/
Aaron DeLeskie commented
My users are using icloud to sync their photos because we can't use one drive for business. Please implement this feature before we are forced to use more awful apple products.
Please make finally OneDrive for Business capable of automatically backing up any photos from Android phone. As it is now, it only works with personal OneDrive.
Our business depends on pictures of jobs to hand in to clients for close out packages. We would love to keep everything Microsoft and not have to use Dropbox
please provide an ETA for this feature - it is needed by a large audience to be productive using work assigned mobile devices - taking pictures of work-related items and requiring a sync feature to keep projects moving.
What's the status on this?
Markus Neese commented
The photo upload not available in business edition? Seriously? Come on Microsoft, work faster! If you don't hurry we have to switch to a competitor product.
Can you provide a little more specific launch date then just "coming month"?
Please add this feature ASAP!!!
Tony Ngo commented
Please add this feature. It's my own business and i can decide for myself to use it or not
Near four years now. How is it possible that this feature takes so long to develop when it's available on the private onedrive accounts?
This is completely f****ing stupid NOT having an option to upload photos to one drive business account. Working in architecture, site photos are essential and not able to sync to cloud is just frustrating
It is common in a business setting to take photos of receipts while traveling. This would allow those receipts to be securely saved in the organizations cloud storage of choice, OneDrive. I understand iCloud offers this service; however in our organization, iCloud is not available for use. Additionally, this would allow a one cloud solution.
Glen Anderson commented
Please add automatic photo upload to Onedrive for business from Andriod phones.....we work in the construction industry and photo's are a key part of our business
George Seago commented
Please add automatic photo upload to Onedrive for business from Andriod phones. Very confusing and cumbersome to have to use two accounts. I pay for both accounts and should be able to use either one.
Wil van Oorschot commented
Please Microsoft, hurry with this feature!
Todd Johnson commented
For a world centering around cell phone use, not being able to save work-related photos taken on a work phone for business purposes is counter-productive. Our company has staff that travel all over the world and often take pictures of equipment, sites,etc. with their phone. This should be a no-brainer to have those photos automatically sync to OneDrive, just like all their other documents do.
Etienne Barnardt commented
Frustrating as **** how many Microsoft services does not allow you to use your "work or school account".
Well I use (and pay for) 365 in my personal capacity so i can have my own domain e-mail....is it not for me to decide what i want or dont want instead of Microsoft deciding for me...tried using the MS store this weekend and had to register a new e-mail address.