683 votes49 comments · OneDrive on Windows » Desktop (Sync, Files On-Demand) · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →Anonymous commented
I had been wondering why my searches were taking so long, but hadn't the time to dig into it. This was not the answer I was hoping to find. Microsoft, really? You can't make indexing available? So, i can have a list of all the files that are in the cloud, but you can't find a way to index that? This just seem so backwards. Hundreds of gigs of data, and we have to twiddle thumbs on every search? This is such a basic need for every user it seems completely illogical to not provide it. Dropbox, Google Drive, Asus WebStorage, these can all be indexed, how can your own cloud service not be? Please correct this.
653 votes55 comments · OneDrive on Windows » Windows Store App (Xbox, PC, Mobile, Hololens, Surface Hub) · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Thanks for the suggestion.Anonymous commented
It's Jan 2019. A full 3.5 years later. And I too am wondering how this still has not been implemented. It wouldn't be so bad if the order was set to put the newest at the top, but at the bottom, it's like no one there actually uses the system. My paltry 100 folders is more than enough to drive a person mad trying to "fix" the sorting in the manner that has been suggested. This is perhaps one of the most basic functions of a file system... of which your organization had their hand in originally developing... which is what makes this so absurd. Pardon my hot under the collar wording, but truly, this is just baffling. Please please please implement an actual solution.