Wanted to provide an update here: this is something we’re planning on doing, but don’t have a timeframe to share yet
Good idea. We’ll consider this.
Update: We’re rolling out the ability to see who viewed your files on the File Card on OneDrive for Business. You can hover over a file on the web to get to this. Let us know what you think!Christian Loayza commented
The point is making this feature available for all users maybe can be Office 365 feature but not only a For Bussiness feature.
As we announced last week, we will be rolling out an option to upgrade your 1TB O365 plan in 200GB blocks. See this blog post for more details.
OneDrive for Business users are now able to share a link to Office documents that blocks recipients from downloading copies but still allows them to view the document in Office Online.
Users can create links that block download by using the common Sharing experience that exists across Office 365. By going into Link Settings they’ll be able to toggle the “block download” option for view-only links.
We’ve completed rollout for “anyone” and “people in my organization” links, and are working on enabling it for the remaining link types. “Specific people” links are enabled on web endpoints and we’re working on native clients.
We are working on bringing this same capability to other file types.