Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by spinedoc77, Apr 8, 2015.
There's also a OneDrive specific recycle bin that probably would have saved you too.
Yes, you're right - the files are in the OneDrive Recycle bin as well. That's good to know for future reference.
Wow. They have just ruined Office 2016 as well. No browsing unsynced Office files from OneDrive either. What's next, not seeing OneNote notebooks unless they're in an synced folder as well?
False alarm I guess... or temporary glitch. I got another small update today (past my update from yesterday) that brings full functionality back.
They obviously listened to you.
Ha, if they were listening to me about Office, then for one, Outlook 2016 would support Outlook.com two-factor auth. I mean, kind of ridiculous that Outlook doesn't fully support Outlook, if you ask me. (Yes, app passwords are an option, but they're also an option that sorta defeats the purpose of two-factor in the first place.)
But to bring things back to the subject of OneDrive, Microsoft revealed the roadmap for it at Ignite.
Like I said in the comments there, that answers a long-standing question for me. Apparently Microsoft is dumb enough to launch Windows 10 without any solution other than a website to retrieve unsynced files off OneDrive (not until Q4's Universal app launch, apparently.)
What, you doubted they wouldn't? That'll teach you....
Here's a link to Jason Moore's presentation at Ignite on the Sync roadmap:
Good, interesting and enlightening. Things should get better, even if not in the initial release of Windows 10.
Now Office 2016 is doing the same thing again without any more updates. So I have no idea what is going on any more. Maybe it is intended. If it is intended and not a bug, it's really, really dumb.
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