Properly support the macOS file system (special characters, aliases, symbolic links, case sensativity, etc.)
OneDrive is 99% useless on a Mac because the macOS file system is not properly supported:
1) Files are limited to Windows naming conventions. I't impractical to rename 100's of files to complete a sync
2) Aliases get copied as unusable files and symbolic links are ignored.
3) If the drive is formatted as one of Apple's/unix's case-sensitive formats, they're unusable with OneDrive.
These are the deal killers, items like support for tags, etc. would be nice also.
The fact that MS drives people here to "vote" for this, as if there's even a question about whether they should do it or not, is off-the-charts ridiculous. There is no other cloud service — no other modern technology company, I'd venture — still using 1990s-style file-name rules.
@OneDrive actually answered a tweet about this by providing a link to this page. Really? Go vote on whether or not we should stop using 30-year-old file structure? REALLY?
You are right! Come on MS! It’s 2019
Roy Leban commented
DropBox never complains that the name of a file contains a special character — it just makes it work. I'm trying to move from DropBox to OneDrive and I'm told I have to rename 165 files?!