SharePoint Libraries – Send a link to a file (specific)

Send a link to a SharePoint file to a specific external recipient   You have a document in a SharePoint library and you want to send it to an external user (someone outside of your company), and you want to secure the transfer so nobody else can get the document.  This article will walk you…

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Block update to Windows 11

Microsoft will start pushing out Windows 11 on October 5.   This article includes steps to run a Registry script to block the install of Windows 11.  You only have to run it once, and it will prevent your computer from upgrading to Windows 11.  If you want to upgrade in the future, you can…

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SharePoint Libraries – Sync based on a library link

Sync a SharePoint library to your computer   This article will help you if you have been provided a link (URL) to a SharePoint library and you would like to sync that library to your computer.  Syncing it to your computer will make it easy for you to access its documents.  Once the library is…

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RFJ – O365 File Storage Plan

Rising For Justice’s plan to store files in O365   We are in the process of migrating your data from Google Drive to Microsoft’s O365.  This data migration involves not just moving files in the way they are currently organized, but also reorganizing them to better reflect your needs. Much of the data currently in…

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O365 File Storage – Managing your Links

Viewing and Removing shared file links   Over time, you may send and receive a number of file links.  To keep your lists manageable and to maintain security, we recommend that you remove unnecessary links after they have served their purpose. Article Index: Plan overview SharePoint & OneDrive We vs Me OneDrive Dashboard Working in…

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O365 File Storage – Receive a Link to a File

How to receive a link to a SharePoint or OneDrive file   If someone sends you a link to a SharePoint or OneDrive file, you will receive an email notification.  What you can do with the file and how you can access it will depend on how they sent it. We recommend that you ask…

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O365 File Storage – Send a Link to a File

Send a link to a SharePoint or OneDrive file   After reviewing the “We” vs “Me” post in this article, you should be familiar with the plan’s edict that all shared files and folders should be stored in SharePoint, not in your OneDrive.  Since the documents you will be sharing with others will already be…

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O365 File Storage – Add a Shortcut

Add a shortcut to a SharePoint folder you frequently access   Since you will be working mostly out of your OneDrive window, you will want to add shortcuts to those folders in SharePoint libraries which you frequently access.  This post will walk you through the process to add these shortcuts. Article Index: Plan overview SharePoint…

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O365 File Storage – Follow a Library

Identify those SharePoint libraries you will frequently access   SharePoint libraries are controlled by permissions set by the administrator.  These permissions control which libraries you have access to, and what you can do with them (read only, edit, publish, etc.).  There may be many libraries you have access to, but perhaps there are only a…

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O365 File Storage – Working in a Browser

Access your SharePoint and OneDrive documents from a browser   You don’t need to use installed MS Office desktop apps.  You can create and modify SharePoint and OneDrive documents from any browser. O365 provides online versions of the MS Office apps and makes them available to you through your O365 license.  This means that the…

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O365 File Storage – Working in MS Office

Access your SharePoint and OneDrive documents from an MS Office app   You will be working in MS Office apps (Word, Excel, etc.) frequently.  This post will show you how to easily access your SharePoint and OneDrive documents from inside these desktop apps. O365 provides online versions of the MS Office apps and makes them…

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O365 File Storage – OneDrive Dashboard

Accessing your OneDrive and SharePoint files from one window   We’ve gone over the differences between OneDrive and SharePoint, and outlined the plan determining where to store your documents.  You’re probably now thinking that you will need to switch back and forth between OneDrive and SharePoint to access your data.  While you can switch back…

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O365 File Storage – We vs Me

A plan to categorize documents based on who will need to access them   Using both O365’s SharePoint and OneDrive apps to store your company files means that you will need to decide which app to use when.  Keeping this distinction clear will help you maintain the organization of your company’s data and make it…

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O365 File Storage – SharePoint & OneDrive

An introduction to the two O365 file storage applications   In many ways SharePoint and OneDrive provide the same function: they allow you to store documents in the cloud, secured by your O365 credentials.  In fact, there is a lot of overlap of features between the two applications (apps).  This sub-article will help you understand…

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