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Thanks for the suggestion.Jedediah commented
Here's a workaround I just discovered. It mainly works when you have large files blocking the upload but you need the small files to process first. Look in the upload center at the files that are hogging the upload, navigate to their directory, and rename them with a Z in front. For instance, Videos becomes ZVideos and Pictures becomes ZPictures. So far as I can tell, OneDrive either prioritizes alphabetically or by last modified so this resolves both issues and lets you easily find the files later. It's just as quick as a Microsoft implemented solution, and you don't have to wait another 5 years for them to put it on there.