I agree. Get off the public cloud and sync your files with Resilio Sync. If you really need to store your files in the cloud for backup, consider a service like CrashPlan or BackBlaze. This is what I use personally.
That said, I have to use OneDrive because my clients use it so I have to learn how to fix all their sync problems myself. If it wasn't for that, I would've dumped it a long time ago. One of the worst sync engines ever.
I agree that a dashboard is important. I've had to deploy Resilio Sync on top of Office 365 instead of using OneDrive for Business and SharePoint Online.
However, I think fixing their client and sync engine should be the real priority instead of a dashboard.
Thanks for the suggestion. We’re looking into it.
This is the next logical step to versioning, I believe. You got my 3 votes!
We’ll consider this in the future. Right now it’s not high on our backlog (just being transparent).