Have OneDrive upload ALL photos
I did a test. I took a burst of 14 photos on my iPhone 6.
Seven of them were blurry and seven of them were in focus.
OneDrive uploaded only 7 of the 14 photos, and, it only uploaded the blurry ones!
Seriously OneDrive!?! WTF!
How about being a reliable cloud service like Box, Dropbox and iCloud and actually upload every single photo no questions asked.
It shouldn't be that hard to figure out! I mean a cloud service is suppose to put everything in the cloud, unless you are a selective cloud service or the One in OneDrive actually stands for ''will upload one out of every two photos''?
Seriously!?! Whose in charge over there? Get your head out of your bum! Make it so that OneDrive uploads EVERY SINGLE PHOTO, as in upload ALL photos.
Otherwise you are just an unreliable cloud service!
PS: I wanted to compare files to see which ones it had uploaded and which ones it had left behind but I was unable to do that because OneDrive renames the photos when it uploads them. Again, the whole purpose of a cloud is to have the EXACT same file in all locations. But with OneDrive I have a photo called IMG0111.jpg on my iPhone and in OneDrive its called 2015081212654387_ios.jpg. So how am I suppose to match and compare when you change the name of the photos?