OneDrive is one of the many clever cloud drives that are offered to store and share via the cloud. The drive is created by Microsoft but can also be used on Mac. When you install it, it allows you to add, change, or delete a file or folder on the OneDrvie website, the file or folder is added, changed, or deleted in your OneDrive folder that is located on your Mac and vice versa.
To upload your files to your OneDrive you just have to copy or move the file to the OneDrive folder on your Mac using Finder, or you can save them in your OneDrive folder directly from the application of the file you want to save. This will then automatically save to the drive and allow you to save things that are even up to 10GB in size. If you have installed the folder on our Mac’s the items will up date there too. No matter what change is made such as renaming the file and deleting files or creating new folders it will automatically change in the OneDrive and your other computers that have the OneDrive app installed.
When you first set up OneDrive click Choose folders to sync, if you didn’t do it when you first set it up you can still do it in the preferences. Click the OneDrive icon in the menu bar, click preferences and then select the choose folders tab and then choose folders. You must save or copy the files to your OneDrive folder to be able to access them wirelessly from the web interface.
If you are using it for Business then you should look into the Business OneDrive as it provides 1 TB of storage for users to manage work files with the ability for IT to protect important company data. OneDrive offer a free trial allowing you to try it for yourself when deciding on what is the best drive for your business.