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114510 – OneDrive: Update to settings pane for PC folder backup

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check before: 2023-01-01

Product:

OneDrive

Platform:

US Instances, Windows Desktop, World tenant

Status:

Cancelled

Change type:

Feature update, User impact

Links:

Details:

OneDrive plans to make a change to the settings pane for the PC folder backup feature (sometime called Known Folder Move). This settings pane is found by going to OneDrive icon in the system tray then selecting Settings-> Sync and backup-> Manage backup. The change will introduce toggle buttons to the settings pane along with information showing how much storage, of an end users total storage allotment, will be used by the feature. There is no change to the PC folder backup feature itself which, when enabled, automatically syncs your end user’s Desktop, Documents and Pictures folders on their Windows PC to their OneDrive. We apologize for the inconvenience; this item is being removed from the roadmap as it is no longer accurate.

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Release Phase:
General Availability

Created:
2023-02-02

updated:
2024-07-10

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DatePropertyoldnew
2024-07-10RM DescriptionOneDrive plans to make a change to the settings pane for the PC folder backup feature (sometime called Known Folder Move). This settings pane is found by going to OneDrive icon in the system tray then selecting Settings-> Sync and backup-> Manage backup. The change will introduce toggle buttons to the settings pane along with information showing how much storage, of an end users total storage allotment, will be used by the feature. There is no change to the PC folder backup feature itself which, when enabled, automatically syncs your end user’s Desktop, Documents and Pictures folders on their Windows PC to their OneDrive.OneDrive plans to make a change to the settings pane for the PC folder backup feature (sometime called Known Folder Move). This settings pane is found by going to OneDrive icon in the system tray then selecting Settings-> Sync and backup-> Manage backup. The change will introduce toggle buttons to the settings pane along with information showing how much storage, of an end users total storage allotment, will be used by the feature. There is no change to the PC folder backup feature itself which, when enabled, automatically syncs your end user’s Desktop, Documents and Pictures folders on their Windows PC to their OneDrive. We apologize for the inconvenience; this item is being removed from the roadmap as it is no longer accurate.
2024-07-10RM StatusIn developmentCancelled
2024-03-25RM DescriptionOneDrive plans to make a change to the settings pane for the PC folder backup feature (sometime called Known Folder Move). This settings pane is found by going to OneDrive icon in the system tray then selecting Settings- Sync and backup- Manage backup. The change will introduce toggle buttons to the settings pane along with information showing how much storage, of an end users total storage allotment, will be used by the feature. There is no change to the PC folder backup feature itself which, when enabled, automatically syncs your end user’s Desktop, Documents and Pictures folders on their Windows PC to their OneDrive.OneDrive plans to make a change to the settings pane for the PC folder backup feature (sometime called Known Folder Move). This settings pane is found by going to OneDrive icon in the system tray then selecting Settings-> Sync and backup-> Manage backup. The change will introduce toggle buttons to the settings pane along with information showing how much storage, of an end users total storage allotment, will be used by the feature. There is no change to the PC folder backup feature itself which, when enabled, automatically syncs your end user’s Desktop, Documents and Pictures folders on their Windows PC to their OneDrive.
2024-03-25RM archivedTrueFalse

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