The sync feature works the same in both OneDrive and SharePoint. The brief video below will demonstrate step-by-step how to sync files.
By John Higgins
The sync feature is designed to enable you to keep a replicated copy on your PC of a document that is stored in OneDrive or SharePoint. This option is perfect for those times when you have a spotty internet connection since it allows you to have a local copy on your PC to access whenever you need to, even without internet availability. The best part about the sync feature? No matter what document is updated, whether it be in SharePoint, OneDrive, or on your local PC, the file will be updated everywhere.
If you are interested in learning more about the differences between OneDrive and SharePoint, check out these webinars from our partner, CPA Crossings, that provide in-depth detail of each application.
OneDrive Cloud Storage - What It Is and How to Use It: A comprehensive review of OneDrive features and how to develop a deployment strategy that works best for your organization. If you deploy OneDrive for Business without a plan, you can quickly end up with a mess on your hands! This course will help you prevent that from happening.
Office 365 SharePoint - What It Is and How to Use It: In-depth review of what SharePoint has to offer and how to use the wealth of its functionality. Adequately understanding SharePoint will significantly improve information and file sharing both inside and outside your organization.