OneDrive Setup - Flipped
<h3>To access your account, click on the following link (You may want to bookmark it for future reference):</h3> onedrive.jsmorton.org Sign in to your account
<h3>To create an account, click on this link (You may want to bookmark it for future reference):</h3> onedrive.live.com Microsoft OneDrive
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<h3>Sign up for your OneDrive account <b><i>(If you&apos;ve already created a OneDrive personal account using your @jsmorton.org email, move on to the steps below - 2.Setting up OneDrive for business)</i></b></h3><b><i></i></b> drive.google.com Step 1.JPG
<h3>Create a &quot;OneDrive Personal&quot; account.</h3> drive.google.com Step 2.JPG
<h3>Select &quot;or use your favorite email address&quot;</h3> drive.google.com Step 3.JPG
<h3>Sign in with your Morton credentials (what you normally use for network/email/skyward. Be sure to include the &quot;@jsmorton.org” suffix.)</h3> goo.gl Setting Up Onedrive for Faculty 1.docx
<h3>Learn to access OneDrive Business...</h3> goo.gl Setting Up Onedrive for Faculty 2.docx
<h3>Creating and sharing a folder in OneDrive...</h3> drive.google.com create a folder and share.pdf
<h3>Complete the &quot;Create Account&quot; page and check your school email to confirm your account.</h3> drive.google.com Step 4.JPG
<h3>Sharing documents in OneDrive for Business online.</h3> goo.gl Sharing Documents.docx
<b><h3>Watch this Video Guide OR walk through steps 2-5 (whichever your prefer). FYI: This video contains no audio. All directions are embedded into video as text.</h3></b> youtu.be Creating a OneDrive Personal Account
<h3>Watch this brief video OR continue to steps 2, 3, and 4.</h3> <b><h3>FYI: This video contains no audio. All directions are embedded into the video as text.</h3></b> www.youtube.com OneDrive for Business
<h3>CHALLENGE #2: In your new OneDrive Business account, share a document with a colleague - giving them editing rights.</h3>
<h3>CHALLENGE #3: Create a shared folder in your OneDrive Business account and share it with a colleague.</h3>
<b></b><h3>CHALLENGE #1: </h3><h3>Upload (an) existing document(s) or folder(s) to your new OneDrive for Business (from your desktop, a flash drive, or another location)</h3><h3>*NOTEWORTHY:</h3><b></b><h3> If you move files from OneDrive Personal to OneDrive Business, the sharing links/settings will be lost and will need to be reestablished.</h3>
<h3>Uploading a document or folder to OneDrive for Business online.</h3> goo.gl Uploading a Document to One Drive.docx
<h3>Finished setting up and exploring OneDrive? Click here if you&apos;d like to learn more about LanSchool.</h3> www.thinglink.com TOUCH this image to discover its story. Image tagging powered by ThingLink
<b><i><h3>READ FIRST!!!</h3></i></b>Why is there the need for both OneDrive Personal AND OneDrive Business? <b><h3>OneDrive Personal - </h3></b>*is a personal account (will travel with a user for life) *allows a user to sync settings and profile across all devices. *is where all purchased applications are housed and where a user would go for personal storage (Music, photos, video, etc.) <h3>OneDrive Business - </h3>*Stores school files. *Facilitates sharing of school documents with students and colleagues *Links to user&apos;s Outlook email and populate contacts easily. <h3>REMEMBER: </h3>Complete the form on the lower right corner of the page to receive your confirmation email.
<h3>Uploading a document or folder to OneDrive for Business through file explorer.</h3> www.youtube.com OneDrive - Uploading Folders to OneDrive
<h3>Sharing documents in OneDrive for Business through file explorer.</h3> www.youtube.com OneDrive - Sharing From OneDrive Folder
<h3>Don&apos;t forget to complete this form to receive your confirmation email.</h3> goo.gl OneDrive Flipped Lesson Form
<h3>Sync OneDrive to your device.</h3> goo.gl HOW TO SYNC ONEDRIVE BUSINESS TO ANY DEVICE.docx
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