Please stop with the folder creation!!!!!!!!!!!!
I choose what goes in my drive!
If i wanted a folder called 'email attachments' i would
create one .. its annoying having to delete them everytime i come bk to onedrive4,283 votes
This is now resolved. Thanks for your patience.
Added further clarification on 10/2/19:
Sorry for the confusion, when we said we were done it was for addressing the autocreation of the “Email Attachments” folder asked for in the title of the user voice. A few other auto-created folders are still enabled for certain features in the OneDrive ecosystem.
1TB is not what it was. 4k videos and SLR photos will fill that up surprisingly quickly.
I'd like to increase my OneDrive storage by more than 1TB (e.g., 2TB). But, you don't offer paid service for more than 1.05TB?! And the Azure path is too difficult. This is forcing me to look at other non-Microsoft solutions like Odrive. Why would you push me in that direction when I'd rather stay?2,323 votes
The option to get more than 1TB of OneDrive storage with an O365 subscription is now broadly available! You can upgrade your plan in 200GB increments, up to a total of 2TB.
Learn more about the offerings here:
Enable the option to edit Plain text documents on OneDrive.com284 votes
You can now edit text files on OneDrive on the web.
Please open a new card under OneDrive Mobile UserVoice for the Android ask. Thank you.
On onedrive.com, thumbnail preview of jpg files does not work, if the jpg files is uploaded using onedrive sync in windows. If I upload the sames files to a new folder using the browser on onedrive.com, thumbnail preview is showing up on all files. This is happening on all versions of windows 10. It is not a browser issue, the same happens when viewing onedrive in chrome, firefox, edge, ie 11, so it must be an upload problem. Some of the files however shows up correctly.227 votes
This issue has been resolved. If you have any further issues, please follow up with support (shake your device for mobile, use settings cog on the web)
There should be an option to sort by file type so you can order things more quickly if you are looking for say a word document that you have deleted by accident.225 votes
This is now done for OneDrive for Business (see Dan Gork’s reply below, thank you Dan!) and in consideration for OneDrive for consumers.
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