Drag and Drop Feature should be "Copy and Drop"
When I drag and drop, files are removed from my primary data folders and are "moved" to the OneDrive Folder. This makes my OneDrive Folder the primary repository for my data which I do not want. The feature works well but it should be "copy and drop" then the original files stay where they should be and the copied files act as a backups. The perfect solution would be to change OneDrive's structure where my active data folders could be marked and identified as "OneDrive Folders". Once identified, all files in that folder would become OneDrive Active and the need for "drag and drop" or "copy and drop" would be eliminated. The live data files become simultaneous live OneDrive Files. Any file revisions or additions are automatically sensed by OneDrive and uploaded to the OneDrive Server. In essence, we now have a perfectly mirrored (backup terminology) data file system that is easier to use. Wow! Microsoft, think about how much OneDrive usage would increase...? Answer: Exponential!!!
I love the B2B sync as I work between multiple tenants, however it has raised one issue I hadn't come across before. If I drag and drop a file or folder between two OneDrive tenants it follows the standard Windows Drag and Drop Rule 'Move' if within the same drive. So the item gets deleted from the Source tenant and added to the target. This may be appropriate for a drag and drop within a tenant but between tenants should default to a 'copy'