Mirror folders on local pc/mac to OneDrive
Mirror or backup folder from local pc/mac to OneDrive, like on Bitcasa.
any update on this?
So this is now available on Windows (Folder protection). Any ETA for Mac? (O365 1Tb OneDrive).
Brandon Woods commented
This feature needs to be added to your product immediately. We have chosen to use your platform as our sync client, yet you can't even do what Dropbox has done for years. What is the point of us even using OneDrive with macOS if we can't sync our user's folders directly? Please fix this, I'm tired of asking and getting bogus responses. macOS will continue to be used in the Enterprise, accept it and adapt.
There are several similar ideas here.
Just follow symbolic links! That would answer this kind of feature request.
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Allan Linde commented
Free program called Macdrop Any does that.
As someone who left bitcasa I've been missing this feature!
+1000! This was my favorite Bitcasa feature and would be insanely welcome on the Mac and Windows versions of OneDrive.
Yes, please. Allow upload/backup/sync of any folder to OneDrive, not just folders inside dedicated "OneDrive folder".
I had an idea that OneDrive could/should function as a Library on Windows PCs, but I'm not sure how to do it on Mac.
Thomas Borre commented