"Shared with Me" Organization in OneDrive
Please allow users to add folders to and organize their "Shared with Me" section of OneDrive.
It would also be nice to allow users to move items from "Shared with Me" into "Files" so they can be organized with the files they have created. I can appreciate the syncing issues this would create, but it would save a lot of unnecessary searching through unorganized documents.
This is a feature that I think would be very good, and is already a part of both Dropbox and Google Drive. C
Shared folders need to be able to be moved and organized anywhere on our Onedrive and still retain the shared link functionality. This function need to be made available. Typical Microsoft, day late dollar short. Dropbox and google have this function available.
Bump this - any file shared with my, I should be able to organize it to whatever folder at my OneDrive. At the end the file is anyway a pointer (link) to the actual cloud file, why not be able to move this shared link to anywhere we want.
Alan Cheung commented
Being able to move my 70+ student shared documents to my One Drive would be a blessing. I would be able to organise them by class and assignments. The other blessing would be to see live changes as the student works, and for me to add comments immediately. You cannot do this if I make a copy of the document to place into my folders. I find it crazy that I have to go to my 'shared with me' folder and search through hundreds of documents from all my students/assignments. You may not want to hear this, but Google allows for this option and is much more teacher/student friendly in staying organised.
Hard to believe this still isn't implemented. The Shared With Me section of OneDrive is a mess and allowing users to organize it how they want it to look while it still retains the original owner and permissions would help immensely.
Agreed. We're moving away from Google Drive to OneDrive, and this is one of the only hangups we have had. I really like how Google's allows you to take a shared file, move it into your own Drive's organization, but it still retains the owner and collaborative aspects.