SkyDrive gets new sharing and editing features




Microsoft’s SkyDrive cloud storage has gotten a few new features donated. This should make the use easier when it comes to pictures, documents and sharing them. With over 250 million users of SkyDrive is also not just a small audience, you have to stick to it.

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The changes mainly relate to functions that have to do with photos. Photo management and sharing options are in the foreground, and there is now a simple online text editor. With this it is possible to TXT or HTML files to edit CSS and JavaScript. Others can miteditieren about the new sharing feature.

To avoid conflicts when editing, because several have simultaneously edited the file, you can display changes. Syntax highlighting, a search and a word completion are also available.

In the pictures there is a new way of displaying. The “All Photos” view is now also applicable to individual folders. These are easily selected via a filter function. In addition, photographs can now be rotated certainly a welcome feature.

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The sharing function has also received an upgrade. Previously it was only possible to share entire folders or individual content within folders with others. With the update, it is possible to share multiple files or groups of files from different locations on SkyDrive with others. It is no longer tied to a folder, for example, pictures can be displayed from a certain date and then pass directly to others.

The new share-view provides a better overview of content that you have shared and which were shared with. An Un-Sharen is easier than previously possible.

Sent a link to a document that is stored in SkyDrive, you are, you can now make the adjustment that anyone can edit the document. The recipient of the links will then be able to edit the document without login. This applies to all SkyDrive files, not just Office documents, as was previously the case.


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