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Microsoft starts rolling out OneDrive’s offline mode on the web

Illustration of the new OneDrive UI
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Microsoft is starting to roll out a new offline mode for OneDrive on the web for work and school users. It’s part of an ongoing overhaul to OneDrive that’s also seen the cloud storage service updated with an improved UI, folder colors, and much more.

The new OneDrive offline mode will let users of the web side of the service open files that have been marked available as offline and navigate to favorite files and the home section of OneDrive without an internet connection. You can also rename, sort, move, and copy files, and these will all be synced up once you have an internet connection again.

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You can select what files you want to be available offline through the web version of OneDrive.


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