Combine OneDrive Storage
Allow paid OneDrive users to combine their storage usage. For example, I am a paying Office 365 subscriber that needs more than 1TB of storage that is allotted to my OneDrive account.
The Office365 plan offers 5 individual accounts, each with 1TB of OneDrive storage. I am only using 2 of the 5 accounts. Why can't I combine 1TB (or more) of storage from one of the other 3 accounts I'm not using with the one that I am using, giving me 2TB of storage space? Or create the OneDrive Storage as a standalone feature that can be added to a single account. So a paid user could technically add up to 5TB of storage space under 1 account.
NEED THIS FEATURE PLEASE!
AGREE! I am looking at options other than onedrive now. Ridiculous that i am willing to pay for it and cant have it, and iut should just already be an option period. Please fix quick before i migrate everything elsewhere...
Nicolaas Van Hoof commented
UPENDRA SWAMI commented
High time that Microsoft quickly responds to that, since it has already been more than two years since the idea was first mooted. Do they need signed petitions???
george ionescu commented
this is a very important feature
I'm looking for cloud storage and was on the verge of being OneDrive with Office365 but the 1tb limitation for each user is way too restrictive. I thought this was the perfect solution as a review I read indicated it was 5TB of storage and could be shared as one size. But, it's not. Rendering OneDrive useless for me. So, this is my vote for the ability to combine the multiple 1tb users into one shared space.
I'd BUY and keep my subscription of the Office Home 365 if merged OneDrive storage (without the sharing folder trick of multiple users) would be possible finally.
recently, the Office 365 plan offers 6 individuals (increased from 5 individuals), is new feature does not help people when it comes to cloud storage, I would love it if I can combine the extra storage with my existing account, instead of creating a new one and then use the extra cloud storage
Microsoft please make it happen!!! REALLY NEED MORE STORAGE
Matt Temple commented
I want to move all my storage into OneDrive now online only files are available on Mac however I need about 1.2TB for my files including photos.
Please allow me to use the storage I am paying for or even allow me to purchase more storage for 1 account.
I understand the business chase and that 1TB is given out but next expected to be used by all members of the family. With that in mind I am willing to pay extra for the space.
Uvarajan M Velayutham commented
I strongly believe paid users should have the ability to allocate storage spaces for each account to maximise this stroage plan.
Tom Foolery commented
Crickets from MS because they don's care as they already have the market share. Cannot wait until this backfires on them!
Yuriy K commented
We need more votes! Please share this topic on forums, etc.
Microsoft, this is a NO BRAINER! In fact, it is also a no-brainer to allow a single user plan to get up to 10TB, in 1TB increments. We want to pay you even! As soon as a competitor opens up these options, along with a single file to be at least 30GB (ie. a 2 hour 8mm video tape), you will lose. FIX THIS ALREADY!
Yes, please lets do this. The master account holder should be able to allocate space per account and consolidate as need be. This should be a no-brainer!!!
Require this at all costs. 1tb is not enough. We need different plans like 2,4,5tb individual plans , before moving on to business plans on a user level basis.
Currently 1tb is definitely not enough... At least for me
Gregory Wrighton commented
Agree, instead of 1TB storage each, it would be better to pool all the storage as one lot. Each person can still store their files individually in their own folder structure etc as it is now, but they are using an X amount of the full combined storage. This makes much more sense than having to have 1TB each. Especially if you don;t use all five accounts.
Hey Microsoft, when will you provide this, give us some feedback about the idea.
Geoffroy Maugeri commented
another idea could be to tune the onedrive storage for each account from 0 to 5Tb max concurrently
absolutely agreed on this. I don't want to have to have five email addresses to utilize the storage.
Almost 1 year, and no response from Microsoft!!!! shocking service.
The technology exists and should be easy to configure. It's call drive quotas, you let the main account determine how much each family member can use or in the case where family is less than 5 members take the remainder and add to the main account storage. Seems pretty simple to me.