This lesson demonstrates how you can upload existing files and folders from your local machine or a shared network drive to your OneDrive for Business. Doing so puts your files in the cloud, giving you access to your files anywhere, anytime, on any device.
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You can use the Upload button to upload one or many files, or a folder (or several) which will include any sub-folder structures and their files.
You can also drag-and-drop files from a local location (shared network drive, your desktop, etc.) via File Explorer into your browser with OneDrive open. This includes the ability to drag into a specific folder in OneDrive.