increase the file upload limit
Please increase the file upload limit from 15GB! With ever increasing file sizes from the media workflow, especially with 4K content, the 15GB limit can be quite a bummer at times!
We are rolling out 100GB for both the business and consumer services this month (November 2019).
This is something that needs to be implemented for business to get any real use out of the storage options...
They clearly want to discourage large data files and only have people using files/folders instead of zip archives and large individual files...
Also they seem to be trying reduce the load on their servers which in part I can understand.
I just think that if you want people to find value in your service and your offering storage to Business's then this is a must, at least 100GB blocks. Otherwise people will use other storage solutions...
Limit the personal OneDrive by all means. but not the Business OneDrive
Yes, please increase
I wanted to implement onedrive service for our organisation needs, but due to these limits I have no other option than moving to another backup cloud.
going back to Google Drive ... they have this awesome feature of saving your large files as well as the small ones.
Why don’t they respond
I have some large video files, and reason I like OneDrive is that I can save these family memories in the Cloud. I am able to save all my files except on 33 GB high definition file. I had to go to Google Drive to save it away.
I’ve been asking for this for 2 years and all I ever get is ‘we’ll send this to our concern team.’ Time for Microsoft to get it’s collective head out of it’s a— and provide a feature all users can use instead of fluff features that only benefit a handful of users.
Ernest Caravalho commented
Please increase file size limit. Been 20 months since this post.
I have an Office 365 Business Premium account with 1TB OneDrive storage and a 50GB Exchange mailbox. I may want to backup my Exchange periodically and store in my OneDrive but can't do it due to the 15GB file size limit. Please fix this, the file size limit needs to be increased - it doesn't even match your Exchange mailboxes never mind the competition!!!
What's the value of giving us 1 TB of storage space in OneDrive if we're limited to a 15 GB file size? I'll be storing video in Google Drive.
Any status / feedback from MICROSOFT would be welcome.
Much needed in the media industry
Yes, with increasing file sizes, larger databases of content and HD/4k content, 15gb is being hit now in our team fairly regularly.
Tom Verschelde commented
please increase the file size on ondrive for business, a lot of my costumers are using big video files and i can't sync them with onedrive!!
Bryn Barker commented
I can sympathise with having a file size limit for uploads, but 15GB is way too low. Having to create volumes with 7zip so that larger files can be uploaded is a serious drag.
Somewhere in the region of 25-50GB at a bare minimum would at least avoid users from more frequently running into an issue like this. But considering the rise of 4K content, a limit of 150GB would probably be much more sensible.
[Deleted User] commented
Is this state of the art to limti the space for download to a so low value.
Even the Share Point size for Business (fre of Charge) is not matching the private one drive part what creasy Thing.
We have mutch better experiance with other Cloud Systems i use also in private area.
Por favor, incrementar el tamaño límite de 15 GB, para nuestra carga de trabajo de respaldo de maquinas virtuales, es muy tedioso tener que dividir los archivos en partes
15GB is tiny these days, with the era of 10Gbps broadband, 8k video and even computer VHD/Images.... its not feasible to be limited to 15gb.
Can the problem be gotten around by compressing files or using a particular format or any other means so that a larger than 15 file will become smaller than 15?
agreed, I was disgusted to find this limitation only after I created the onedrive account and paid for it. I bought it specifically to upload a large exchange archive with files 20-40GB in size. disappointing....