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Thanks for the suggestion.Dan supported this idea ·
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I work in a company with 10,000+ employees and all of us are using OneDrive, some more, some less extensively. For me and a some of my peers, this feature is an absolute MUST, since our OneDrive folders are about 500 GB and we keep these folders in sync with our laptops at all time.
Working during travels is also part of the job, at various time zones, travelling around the globe and needing to sync a specific document in just a few minutes, before boarding the plane.
What I think it is important for the Microsoft team to understand is that it is not the vast majority of users from a company that influence the decisions of purchasing/extending contracts for OneDrive, which is a tool used for business communication, but the ones who coordinate the various projects in that company. And those are the ones who need such tools, people for which every minute counts and need to send something asap, but still keep everything in sync.
I am happy to share more details by private message/email, as I am unsure of the confidentiality clauses between our companies.