The following guide will guide you through setting up OneDrive on your computer and accessing it from anywhere in the world.
If you don’t have an Office 365 subscription, you can signup for a personal account here.
Once you have signed up for a OneDrive account, you can use the OneDrive app on your computer (pre-packaged with Windows 10), if you are not running windows 10, you can download the installer from here.
Once you have the Onedrive App installed, you can sync it by following the steps below.
Step 1. Open OneDrive
Step 2.Enter your email address you used to sign up to OneDrive (Or your Office 365 email address).
Step 3. Select which folders you wish to sync (We suggest syncing all folders).
Step 4. Open your OneDrive folders by opening My Computer or Computer, and selecting the OneDrive folder on the left hand side.
Once you have the green ticks, this means all files in your OneDrive have synchronized to your local computer.
You can also view your files online by going to https://onedrive.live.com/about/en-au/ and clicking “Sign in” in the top right hand corner on the website. This will ask you to enter your email address and password. This will be either your Office 365 login details or your details when you signed up for OneDrive.
Once you have signed in, you will see a console similar to the following:
From this console you can create new folders (Clicking New, then folder), or Upload new files (Clicking Upload) or Share files and folders by right clicking on the files or folders that you wish to share and clicking Share.
Anything you do in the web console will synchronize back to your computer, and vise versa, any files or folders you create/delete/edit on your computer, will sync to the web console.
You can also download the OneDrive app on your mobile phone, to access files and folders from your tablet/phone at any time anywhere.
If you have any issues or problems, please feel free to contact us by clicking here.