Merge two folders with the same name don't create duplicates - OneDrive.com Cloud
Option to allow two or more folders to merge together into one folder when moving one folder into a different folder that contains a folder with the same name as the one being moved.
Your 500 votes policy is ridiculous! I'm sure there are far more than 500 votes for this category already, I just didn't feel like reading through all 5000 plus search results to find one that matched my idea exactly. Every time I added a word to my search, instead of narrowing down my search results it kept adding more search results.
Paul Jansen commented
This essential option should not depend on the amount of voices. It is a basic function in the Windows environment and it should be in OneDrive also. The Original idea is already 2 years old.
Henrik Ohm commented
OneDrive sync *********. It didn't sync due to "Files/Folders already exists". So I renamed the folders. Bad idea. Now I have two copies of some files, but not all because I stopped the crazy sync halfway.
Now I need to merge all my folders to regain my normal structure.
Why the **** does that simple operation not work in a Windows environment. Looking after alternatives on Dropbox, Google Drive and others now.
Raul Lopez commented
absolutly agree, that we could save time in the case that we have many folders with mounts of files. In my case i'm MAC user, and it's not very useful the optionc button when moving files, because after that you check boths folders, and size is not the same so .. does not work.
Mahesh Paste commented
One Drive Folder management should have all functionalities applicable for folder management on computer. Merging, replacing of the files are the common functionalities, which needs to be there.
Bruno Calmon commented
An absurd that something so basic like this isn't present since the beginning.
Alonso Santamaria commented
Es una función prácticamente indispensable. Se pierde mucho tiempo por falta de esta función.
It is strictly necessary to have this feature. It is time consuming not to.