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Save attachments directly to OneDrive from Outlook.com

Today the Outlook.com team announced a new feature which allows you to save attachments from your Outlook.com email directly to OneDrive with one click. Files are automatically saved to an “Email attachments” folder and can be easily accessed across all your devices. And with files in OneDrive there is no need to worry about multiple versions in your inbox.

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Taking the Next Step in Sync for OneDrive

We want OneDrive to be the very best way for people to store and share files, photos, and documents across life and work. Over the past year we’ve seen a massive increase in OneDrive use for people who use Windows and Office both at home and work. We want to take this opportunity to share how we are thinking about delivering a great sync experience and some of the things…

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Windows Phone app gets a new UI and easy access to your work documents; Android apps offers new folder widget and recycle bin support

Yesterday we announced big changes to Office 365 subscriptions that will let our customers store an unlimited amount of files in OneDrive and never have to worry about running out of space. This is an important change, which truly helps make OneDrive the one place for everything in your work and personal lives.   And today we’re rolling out new versions of our Windows Phone and Android apps that continue…

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Switching between Microsoft services just got easier

Today we updated the header on OneDrive.com as well as Outlook.com and Office Online to make it easier to switch between your personal Microsoft services. The new app launcher on the top left corner of the header gives you easy access to Outlook.com, People, Calendar, OneDrive, and Office Online. Our online services are more powerful when they are used together, so we want to make switching between them as easy…

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Sharing your OneDrive for Business files through email

For our business users we’ve added two very simple new ways to share files with Outlook Web App (OWA) and OneDrive for Business. It makes it really easy to collaborate on your documents and you don’t have to worry about multiple versions flying around in email – keeps things simple! This is just another way that we’re making it easy to share and collaborate with OneDrive and the familiar office…

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Updates for iOS: PIN code support and new features for iOS8

Today we updated our iOS app to improve the OneDrive experience on your iPhone or iPad. We added some features based on customer requests and others to take advantage of new technologies in iOS 8. We’re working hard to help you do more while on the go—today we updated our iOS app and just last week we updated our Android app. For all our Windows Phone customers: stay tuned, updates…

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Hey iPhone Users…You Can Now Get 30 GB of Free Storage with OneDrive!

Tonight, we are pleased to announce that we are doubling the amount of free storage you get with OneDrive. While it might seem strange to announce new features on a Friday evening, we’ve been listening to the commentary about storage on the new iPhones released today and we wanted to get you more storage right away. We think you’ll appreciate having more free storage while setting up your iPhone 6…

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Office Lens: Convert Hardcopy Docs and Notes into Editable Files on OneDrive

Today the Office Lens app on Windows Phone received an update – you can now can take pictures of whiteboard notes or paper documents and Office Lens coverts them directly into editable Word documents and PowerPoint presentations. The documents are automatically saved to your OneDrive so you can access them on any device.

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OneDrive gets smarter on your phone: Access your work documents, new photo view, and search enhancements

We want OneDrive to be the one place for everything in your work and life. That means continually updating the service and our apps to give you an easier and more intuitive experience, helping you be more productive, and ensuring that you’re never without the files that matter to you. You want the ability to view those photos from that trip to Hawaii as well as work on your sales…