OneDrive release notes

OneDrive release notes

Last updated: June 17, 2021

This article contains details of the latest OneDrive releases for Windows, Mac, Android, iOS and the Store app for Windows 10 devices. Release notes are included only for builds that reach Production.

Note: As new  Microsoft 365 features become available, they're rolled out over a period of time to all subscribers. This means not all customers will receive the new features right away, but you can expect it to come to your device soon. If you have a Microsoft 365 work or school account, the timing of when you receive new features may also depend on your organization’s settings.

Download OneDrive for Windows - Version 21.099.0516.0003 (June 1, 2021)

What's new

  • We've resolved product issues to improve the reliability and performance of the OneDrive sync app. 

  • New features gradually rolling out: 

    • Users who are running on x64-based processors, will get automatically updated to the 64-bit version of the OneDrive sync app. Learn more.

Current and pre-release versions

Note: Starting May 24, 2021 we will no longer be posting Insiders ring build info here.

Production ring

Deferred ring

Last released build

21.099.0516.0003

21.030.0211.0003

Rolling out

21.109.0530.0001

21.083.0425.0003 

Notes: 

  • A blank in the table means nothing is rolling out to that ring right now.

  • To apply OneDrive sync app updates, computers must be able to reach the following: "oneclient.sfx.ms" and "g.live.com." Make sure you don't block these domains. They are also used to enable and disable features and apply bug fixes. More info about the URLs and IP address ranges used in Microsoft 365.

  • Read more about The OneDrive sync app update process.

  • Sometimes after we complete a Deferred ring release, we wait for a build to finish releasing to the Production ring before selecting it as the next release for the Deferred ring. In these cases, we will update the Deferred ring column to read something like, "Next release: 19.222.x" to help customers with their planning before we publish the exact build number and target date.

OneDrive for Windows release notes (Production ring)

  • We've resolved product issues to improve the reliability and performance of the OneDrive sync app.

  • We've resolved product issues to improve the reliability and performance of the OneDrive sync app.

  • New features gradually rolling out: 

    • Users who are running on x64-based processors, will get automatically updated to the 64-bit version of the OneDrive sync app. Learn more.

  • We've resolved product issues to improve the reliability and performance of the OneDrive sync app.

  • Admins can opt-in to Sync admin reports Public Preview. Learn more about Sync Health.

We've resolved product issues to improve the reliability and performance of the OneDrive sync app. 

  • We've resolved product issues to improve the reliability and performance of the OneDrive sync app.

  • Users in the Insiders ring who are running on x64-based processors, will get automatically updated to the 64-bit version of the OneDrive sync app. Learn more.

  • We've resolved product issues to improve the reliability and performance of the OneDrive sync app. 

  • We’ve updated the KFM policy “BlockKnownFolderMove” to give admins the option to either keep their redirected known folders back in OneDrive, or to redirect them back to Windows. This option will not move content out of OneDrive. 

  • We've resolved product issues to improve the reliability and performance of the OneDrive sync app. 

  • We've resolved product issues to improve the reliability and performance of the OneDrive sync app. 

  • We've resolved product issues to improve the reliability and performance of the OneDrive sync app.

  • New features gradually rolling out: 

    • The OneDrive sync app now supports version history for DWG file type, so you can access and restore previous versions when editing your DWG files that were backed by the sync app. To learn more about OneDrive version history, see Restore a previous version of a file stored in OneDrive.

  • We've resolved product issues to improve the reliability and performance of your OneDrive sync app.

  • We've also fixed the issue causing two folders from the same shared library to be synced to two different locations instead of the same hierarchy.

  • New features gradually rolling out:

    • You'll receive a notification when you delete items in OneDrive, to let you know that items are removed from all your synced devices. You'll also learn how to restore them from the OneDrive recycle bin if you change your mind.

      Notification for deleted files from OneDrive.
      • When you open a “.fluid” file in File Explorer, the file will open in your browser.

  • Admins can now force override the user's preferred language when provisioning new folders during KFM, using a new policy available in this build.

  • Fixed the issue causing the OneDrive sync app to be stuck in processing changes and consume high CPU for long periods of time due to conflicting changes. 

  • Bug fixes to improve the reliability and performance of the client.

  • New features gradually rolling out to users:

    • Add to OneDrive is Generally Available. Users can add shortcuts from shared libraries and folders to their OneDrive, and those will sync across their devices.

    • Admins can set a policy to exclude newly added OneDrive files from syncing to the cloud by file name or extension on Windows devices. Learn more

    • Updated strings in the OneDrive Activity Center after a user deletes an item. The string changed from "Removed from OneDrive" to "Deleted from [Parent Folder]."

    • Business users (OneDrive for work or school accounts) will now get the option to "Display notifications when people share with me" in Settings.

    • Files protected from deletion by a SharePoint retention policy will be restored if locally deleted, with a message explaining the action and alternatives available to the user.

  • Fixed issue causing the "Sync" button to not work in some scenarios for customers using SharePoint Classic experience.

  • Fixed issue causing the OneDrive sync app to be stuck for longer periods of time due to incorrect internal metadata on some online-only files

  • Bug fixes to improve reliability and performance.

  • Silent KFM GPO now allows admins to choose specific folders to opt-in.

  • KFM will silently retry for all devices that were previously enrolled with the Silent KFM GPO, but were not eligible for KFM due to blocking criteria.

  • New feature gradually rolling out to users: 

    • KFM will provision new folders on OneDrive using the Windows display language.

  • Bug fixes to improve reliability and performance.

  • New features gradually rolling out to users:

    • Users will no longer see the syncing icon and the "processing changes" state for scenarios where internal sync activity does not result in end-user impact.

  • Bug fixes to improve reliability and performance.

  • Bug fixes to improve reliability and performance.

  • Bug fixes to improve reliability and performance.

  • Bug fixes to improve reliability and performance.

  • More menu in the sync app that you use to find Settings and other actions is now called Help & Settings.

  • New features gradually rolling out to users:

    • Users that are currently syncing document libraries with required metadata, will notice the contents of these libraries switch from read-only to read/write.

OneDrive for Windows release notes (Deferred ring)

  • We've resolved product issues to improve the reliability and performance of the OneDrive sync app.

  • Users in the Insiders ring who are running on x64-based processors, will get automatically updated to the 64-bit version of the OneDrive sync app. Learn more.

  • We’ve updated the KFM policy, “BlockKnownFolderMove”, to give admins the option to either keep their redirected known folders back in OneDrive or to redirect them back to Windows. This option will not move content out of OneDrive.

  • We've resolved product issues to improve the reliability and performance of the OneDrive sync app:

    • Fixed issue causing the OneDrive sync app to be stuck processing changes and consume high CPU for long periods of time due to conflicting changes.

    • Fixed issue causing two folders from the same shared library to be synced to two different locations instead of in the same hierarchy.

    • Fixed an issue that would cause the OneDrive sync app to stop syncing B2B shared libraries with the release of the 21.030.0211.0002 build. 

  • New features gradually rolling out to users:

    • Add to OneDrive is Generally Available. Users can add shortcuts from shared libraries and folders to their OneDrive and those will sync across their devices.

    • Admins can set a policy to exclude newly added OneDrive files from syncing to the cloud by file name or extension on Windows devices. Learn more.

    • Updated the wording to provide more information when deleting a file. Instead of "Removed from OneDrive", the activity center now shows "Deleted from [Parent Folder]."

    • Business users will now get the option to "Display notifications when people share with me" in Settings.

    • Files protected from deletion by a SharePoint retention policy will be restored if locally deleted with a message explaining the action and alternatives available to the user.

    • Users will see a dialog teaching them about deleted content being moved to their OneDrive Recycle Bin after a delete. They'll receive a notification when they delete items in OneDrive, to let them know that items are removed from all their synced devices. They'll also learn how to restore them from the OneDrive recycle bin if they change your mind.

      Notification for deleted files from OneDrive.

    • When users try to open a “.fluid” file in File Explorer, the file will open in the browser.

    • Admins now can force override user's preferred language when provisioning new folders during KFM, using a new policy to available in this build.

    • The OneDrive sync app now supports version history for DWG file type, so you can access and restore previous versions when editing your DWG files that were backed by the sync app. To learn more about OneDrive version history, see Restore a previous version of a file stored in OneDrive.

Note: 21.030.0211.0002 was not released and has been superseded by 21.030.0211.0003 (May 18, 2021) 

  • We've resolved product issues to improve the reliability and performance of the OneDrive sync app:

    • Fixed issue causing the OneDrive sync app to be stuck processing changes and consume high CPU for long periods of time due to conflicting changes.

    • Fixed issue causing two folders from the same shared library to be synced to two different locations instead of in the same hierarchy.

  • New features gradually rolling out to users:

    • Add to OneDrive is Generally Available. Users can add shortcuts from shared libraries and folders to their OneDrive and those will sync across their devices.

    • Admins can set a policy to exclude newly added OneDrive files from syncing to the cloud by file name or extension on Windows devices. Learn more.

    • Updated the wording to provide more information when deleting a file. Instead of "Removed from OneDrive", the activity center now shows "Deleted from [Parent Folder]."

    • Business users will now get the option to "Display notifications when people share with me" in Settings.

    • Files protected from deletion by a SharePoint retention policy will be restored if locally deleted with a message explaining the action and alternatives available to the user.

    • Users will see a dialog teaching them about deleted content being moved to their OneDrive Recycle Bin after a delete. They'll receive a notification when they delete items in OneDrive, to let them know that items are removed from all their synced devices. They'll also learn how to restore them from the OneDrive recycle bin if they change your mind.

      Notification for deleted files from OneDrive.

    • When users try to open a “.fluid” file in File Explorer, the file will open in the browser.

    • Admins now can force override user's preferred language when provisioning new folders during KFM, using a new policy to available in this build.

    • The OneDrive sync app now supports version history for DWG file type, so you can access and restore previous versions when editing your DWG files that were backed by the sync app. To learn more about OneDrive version history, see Restore a previous version of a file stored in OneDrive.

  • Bug fixes to improve reliability and performance of the app.

  • New features gradually rolling out to users:

    • Add to OneDrive is Generally Available. Users can add shortcuts from shared libraries and folders to their OneDrive and those will sync across their devices.

    • Admins can set a policy to exclude newly added OneDrive files from syncing to the cloud by file name or extension on Windows devices. Learn more.

    • Updated strings in the OneDrive Activity Center after a user makes a delete from "Removed from OneDrive" to "Deleted from [Parent Folder]."

    • Business users will now get the option to "Display notifications when people share with me" in Settings.

    • Files protected from deletion by a SharePoint retention policy will be restored if locally deleted with a message explaining the action and alternatives available to the user.

    • Users will see a dialog teaching them about deleted content being moved to their OneDrive Recycle Bin after a delete.

    • When users try to open a “.fluid” file in File Explorer, the file will open in the browser.

    • Admins now can force override user's preferred language when provisioning new folders during KFM, using a new policy to available in this build.

  • Bug fixes to improve reliability and performance:

    • Fixed issue causing the "Sync" button to not work in some scenarios for customers using SharePoint Classic experience.

    • Fixed issue causing the OneDrive sync app to be stuck for long periods of time due to incorrect internal metadata on some online-only files

  • New features gradually rolling out to users:

    • Users will no longer see the syncing icon and the "processing changes" state for scenarios where internal sync activity does not result in end-user impact.

    • KFM will provision new folders on OneDrive using the Windows display language.

  • Silent KFM GPO now allows admins to choose specific folders to opt-in.

  • KFM will silently retry for all devices that were previously enrolled with the Silent KFM GPO but were not eligible for KFM due to blocking criteria.

  • Bug fixes to improve reliability and performance.

  • More menu in the sync app that you use to find Settings and other actions is now called Help & Settings.

  • New features gradually rolling out to users:

    • Users that are currently syncing document libraries with required metadata, will notice the contents of these libraries switch from read-only to read/write.

  • Bug fixes to improve reliability and performance.

  • Enterprise ring renamed to Deferred ring in documentation and ring group policy.

  • New features gradually rolling out to users:

    • Improvements to reduce "Sync Delay" warning.  

    • Version history for documents is now synced for business users.

How to check the version you're using

  1. Click the OneDrive cloud icon in the notification area and select More > Settings.

  2. Select the About tab and see the version number under About Microsoft OneDrive.

Download OneDrive for Mac (standalone .pkg) - Version 21.099.0516.0003 (June 1, 2021)

Also available from the Mac App Store.

What's new

  • We've resolved product issues to improve the reliability and performance of the OneDrive sync app. 

Current and pre-release versions

Note: Starting May 24, 2021 we will no longer be posting Insiders ring build info here.

Production ring

Deferred ring

Last released build

21.099.0516.0003
(Standalone)

21.099.0516.0003
(Mac App Store)

21.030.0211.0003

Rolling out

21.109.0530.0001

21.083.0425.0003
Target Date: August 2, 2021

Notes: 

  • A blank in the table means nothing is rolling out to that ring right now.

  • To apply OneDrive sync app updates, computers must be able to reach the following: "oneclient.sfx.ms" and "g.live.com." Make sure you don't block these domains. They are also used to enable and disable features and apply bug fixes. More info about the URLs and IP address ranges used in Microsoft 365.

  • Read more about The OneDrive sync app update process.

  • Sometimes after we complete a Deferred ring release, we wait for a build to finish releasing to the Production ring before selecting it as the next release for the Deferred ring. In these cases, we will update the Deferred ring column to say something like, "Next release: 19.222.x" to help customers with their planning before we publish the exact build number and target date.

OneDrive for Mac release notes (Production ring)

We've resolved product issues to improve the reliability and performance of the OneDrive sync app.

We've resolved product issues to improve the reliability and performance of the OneDrive sync app.

We've resolved product issues to improve the reliability and performance of the OneDrive sync app. 

We've resolved product issues to improve the reliability and performance of the OneDrive sync app. 

  • We've resolved product issues to improve the reliability and performance of the OneDrive sync app.

  • We've resolved product issues to improve the reliability and performance of the OneDrive sync app.

  • We’ve updated the app icon.

  • We've resolved product issues to improve the reliability and performance of the OneDrive sync app. 

  • New features gradually rolling out to users:

    • Add to OneDrive is Generally Available. Users can add shortcuts from shared libraries and folders to their OneDrive, and those will sync across their devices.

    • Users will see a dialog teaching them about deleted content being moved to their OneDrive Recycle Bin after a delete.

  • Bug fixes to improve the reliability and performance of the app.

  • New feature gradually rolling out to users:

    • Users will see a dialog teaching them about deleted content being moved to their OneDrive Recycle Bin after a delete. 

  • Bug fixes to improve the reliability and performance of the app:

    • Fixed issue causing the OneDrive sync app to be stuck processing changes and consume high CPU for long periods of time due to conflicting changes.

  • New features gradually rolling out to users:

    • Add to OneDrive is Generally Available. Users can add shortcuts from shared libraries and folders to their OneDrive and those will sync across their devices.

  • Fixed issue causing the OneDrive sync app to be stuck for long periods of time due to incorrect internal metadata on some online-only files

  • Bug fixes to improve reliability and performance.

  • New features gradually rolling out to users:

    • Users will no longer see the syncing icon and the "processing changes" state for scenarios where internal sync activity does not result in end-user impact.

  • Bug fixes to improve reliability and performance.

  • Bug fixes to improve reliability and performance.

  • Bug fixes to improve reliability and performance.

  • Bug fixes to improve reliability and performance.

  • More menu in the sync app that you use to find Settings and other actions is now called Help & Settings.

  • New features gradually rolling out to users:

    • Users that are currently syncing document libraries with required metadata will notice the contents of these libraries switch from read-only to read/write.

OneDrive for Mac release notes (Deferred ring)

  • We've resolved product issues to improve the reliability and performance of the OneDrive sync app.

  • We’ve updated the app icon.

  • Fixed issue that would cause the OneDrive sync app to stop syncing B2B shared libraries with the release of the 21.030.0211.0002 build. 

  • Fixed issue causing the OneDrive sync app to be stuck processing changes and consume high CPU for long periods of time due to conflicting changes. 

  • New features gradually rolling out to users: 

    • Users will see a dialog teaching them about deleted content being moved to their OneDrive Recycle Bin after a delete. 

  • Bug fixes to improve reliability and performance:

    • Fixed issue causing the OneDrive sync app to be stuck for long periods of time, due to incorrect internal metadata on some online-only files.

  • New features gradually rolling out to users:

    • Users will no longer see the syncing icon and the "processing changes" state for scenarios where internal sync activity does not result in end-user impact.

  • Bug fixes to improve reliability and performance.

  • More menu in the sync app that you use to find Settings and other actions is now called Help & Settings.

  • New features gradually rolling out to users:

    • Users that are currently syncing document libraries with required metadata will notice the contents of these libraries switch from read-only to read/write.

  • Bug fixes to improve reliability and performance of the client.

  • Enterprise ring renamed to Deferred ring in documentation and ring group policy.

  • New features gradually rolling out to users:

    • Improvements to reduce "Sync Delay" warning.  

    • Version history for documents is now synced for business users.

    • Default folder preferences are compatible with JAMF configuration.

    • New experience for viewing and resolving OneDrive sync errors.

    • Support for signing in when a conditional access policy is configured.

    • Support for single sign-on when a user is signed in to Office apps.

How to check the version you're using

  1. Click the OneDrive cloud icon in the notification area and select More > Settings.

  2. Select the About tab and see the version number under About Microsoft OneDrive.

Download OneDrive for Android - v6.32 (June 5, 2021)

Note: The Google Play store and the OneDrive app for Android aren't available in China. Also, because OneDrive.com is blocked in China by the government firewall, the OneDrive app won't work in China when you sign in with a Microsoft account.

What's new

  • You can now display your media files on a Chromecast receiver or TV from a compatible device. Look for a Cast icon showing in the top toolbar. We hope you enjoy this top-requested feature!

Pre-releases

Join the OneDrive Preview for Android and get early access to new features in the OneDrive Android app.

OneDrive for Android release notes

This wouldn't be possible without your feedback. If you run into any issues, please open the app, shake your device and tap "Report a Problem."

  • We've added a new Home tab to help you pick up where you left off, fast. The new Home tab prominently features your Recent view for easy access to your files and an Offline Files section to quickly access and manage files you've downloaded for offline access.

  • You can find On this Day for OneDrive personal users, and Shared Libraries for work or school in Home as well.

  • You can also reorder the sections in settings.

  • If your device supports it, you can now set up OneDrive to unlock with your face.

  • We’re proud to announce that this release of OneDrive finally brings balance to the force: you can now enjoy Dark Theme and an epic new set of Microsoft icons throughout the app.

  • Photo enthusiasts that sign in with a consumer Microsoft account can now enjoy memories of years past: just visit your Photos tab to relive photos taken in previous years on this same day.

  • Note that you now need Android 6.0 or newer to install the OneDrive Android app.

Download OneDrive for iOS - v12.35 (June16, 2021)

Note: If you are using iOS 11 you can only update the OneDrive app. New installations of the OneDrive app need to be on iOS 13 or newer.

What's new

  • Added email addresses weren't available with VoiceOver in the Create folder menu. This has been fixed.

Pre-releases.

Join the OneDrive Preview for iOS and get early access to new features in the OneDrive iOS app. 

OneDrive for iOS release notes

This wouldn't be possible without your feedback. If you run into any issues, please open the app, shake your device and tap "Report a Problem."

  • The Details view would stay open after deleting a file. This has been fixed.

  • Files with upper case extensions weren't displaying with their proper icons. This has been fixed.

  • Reading the sharing information in the Details view was unnecessarily challenging in Dark Mode. This has been fixed.

  • Changing custom file metadata properties when saving a scan to a shared library wasn't working for "Photo" mode scans. This has been fixed.

  • Some PDFs were showing text boxes filled with the same color as the text when opened in Adobe Reader which made them very hard to read. We've fixed the underlying issue in our PDF editor so now text boxes added in our app will reflect the expected colors.

  • Voiceover wasn't focusing on the delete dialog when deleting files from the Recycle Bin, this has been fixed.

  • Some videos would occasionally close during playback with a "Video cannot play" message. This has been fixed.

  • You can once again make writes to your OneDrive files from the iOS Files app.

  • When using VoiceOver on the Plans page, there was no indication that some features required particular plans. This has been fixed and now VoiceOver will indicate when a feature is included with each plan. VoiceOver will now read out the buttons in the sign in navigation bar.

  • The app header would sometimes turn white after using the Take a photo command, making it very hard to use the + button, which is also white, in light mode. This has been fixed and the header will stay blue again, keeping the + button visible.

  • The See All button in the Home view was appearing in English in all languages, which was puzzling. This has been fixed and now you can "see" it appearing properly in "all" our supported languages.

  • Some images would appear squished when viewed in a folder and cropped when tapped on and opened in the app. This has been fixed. Thank you to the observant customers who reported this to us and helped us improve.

  • VoiceOver was announcing irrelevant information for a close button in some screens. You will now hear a cleaner, simpler description.

  • We're actively working on improving our integration with the iOS Files app and have temporarily set it in read only mode. You'll still be able to open OneDrive files in the iOS Files app and use it to attach files, but you won't be able to save or edit files in the iOS Files app. We know this is not ideal and are working to improve the experience as quickly as possible. In the meantime, the OneDrive app remains fully functional.

  • The upload progress bar shown for Live Photos was often ahead of where it should have been. As much as we appreciated the can-do attitude, we gave it a reality check. This is now fixed.

  • Files over 100MB in size were often failing to upload. This has been fixed.

  • The PDF viewer was failing to read out the contents of files with VoiceOver. This bug is now fixed and you can once again use VoiceOver to easily read out and navigate the file text.

  • For Live Photos where the "Live" aspect was set to off while editing, the app used to upload the photo and the video, which was unexpected. This has been fixed and now only the photo will be uploaded in this scenario. Thank you to those who pointed this out and helped us improve.

  • The Albums button in Photos tab wasn't being read out properly by VoiceOver, making it difficult to navigate. This has been fixed.

  • For some users, the Libraries tab was overlapping with other icons, making it very hard to use. This has been fixed and the tabs are keeping their distance once more.

  • The Albums button in Photos tab wasn't being read out properly by VoiceOver, making it difficult to navigate. This has been fixed.

  • For some users, the Libraries tab was overlapping with other icons, making it very hard to use. This has been fixed and the tabs are keeping their distance once more.

  • For business users, the Open Site button on Shared Libraries wasn't responding to VoiceOver. This has been fixed and now you can use VoiceOver to launch the Open Site button and navigate to the full site.

  • The VoiceOver label on the plans page was failing to mention what premium apps were included with your Microsoft 365 subscription. This has been fixed and VoiceOver will now read out the full app list of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, and of course, OneDrive.

  • Changing the date on your device would sometimes get the app to crash constantly. This has been fixed.

Whether you use OneDrive for your personal photos and files or for work or school, we’ve got a big app update for you.

For iOS 13 & 14 users, we’ve got a new tab, just for you:

  • We’ve added a new Home tab to help you pick up where you left off, fast. The new Home tab prominently features your Recent view for easy access to your files and an Offline Files section to quickly access and manage files you’ve downloaded for offline access.

  • For OneDrive personal users, On This Day is now featured at the top of your new Home tab.

  • For users of OneDrive at work or school, you can easily get to your Shared Libraries right from the Home tab.

We’re thrilled to offer iOS 14 users a OneDrive widget. We’ve made 2 improvements to it in this update:

  • We’ve fixed an issue causing an unexpected dialog to show when you tapped the widget to sign into a personal account.

  • We’ve improved our widget to show even sharper, crisper image previews.

We're continuing to invest and improve the Camera Upload feature. We’ve heard your feedback and we’re investing in this experience. There’s still more to do and we’re constantly working to improve, so stay tuned.

  • We’ve updated how we upload your camera roll photos to increase the upload performance, uploading more content with fewer calls.

  • The camera upload feature will now pause if the app can’t access all your photos and provide easy steps to get it running again.

  • We’ve fixed a bug causing the app to terminate in the background for many users.

  • We fixed a bug with the notification for “Camera Upload has stopped” which was causing it be quite noisy and annoying.

We've added some additional improvements to help you work with your files and folders:

  • There was a crash affecting on premises users directly after sign in. This has been fixed.

  • We updated our folder iconography to better highlight shared status in list and grid view. This also comes with subtle improvements to some Office file type icons in the app.

  • We’ve added Scribble support, allowing users to write in any text field, including PDF annotation mode, so your writing will automatically be converted to typed text.

  • Our loading screens now shimmer with a little more predictability and pizazz than they did before.

  • We fixed a visual bug with where the + button wasn’t showing with the right colors in Dark Mode.

  • We fixed an issue with our accessibility label for InputTextField so this can be read properly by VoiceOver.

  • We updated our logic for calculating when you might be in a meeting to optimize our “Meeting Note Share” feature which enables you to easily share your scans taken during a meeting with other attendees.

  • We fixed a crash in our app that sometimes occurred when attempting to take a scan.

  • Your Offline Files list will now be sorted from newest to oldest, as you'd expect. For those curious, this list was previously sorted on an internal database identifier - which while great for our internal database, had no place informing the file sort order.

  • The rename dialog would pop around unpredictably on the iPad. Giving an important file or folder a great name is already hard enough, so this annoying game of tag has been fixed.

  • The "Link Settings" menu failed to show up after tapping the "Save to Files" command in the Share menu. This has been fixed.

  • One of our helpful teaching bubbles was misplaced on iPad. This has been fixed, so any eagle-eyed new users (and our designers) can rest easy.

  • Circles, squares, and lines, oh my. PDF mark up isn't in Kansas anymore, now you can add shapes.

  • Sometimes, when attempting to upload something via the share extension, it would show the last item that you uploaded via the share extension, rather than the newly-selected one. Other times, the correct item would show, but it would be stuck in a waiting state after you hit upload. Both of these issues have been fixed.

  • Did you know that your photos are searchable? Find the memory you are looking for with the new search bar in the Photos tab. Dog, cat, flower, sunrise--search away!

  • iPad users sometimes saw the the wrong file size displayed when downloading a photo or video to their device. This was very confusing and has been fixed.

  • Our scan button used to shrink whenever we showed a toast message. It got tired, took a long nap and hasn't been shrinking properly lately. Thankfully, it's now awake, fully rested and will animate when it's supposed to.

Download OneDrive Store app - v19.22.5 (November 4, 2019)

The OneDrive Store app for Windows 10 devices has been updated to give you a better experience, improved performance, and allow us to bring you new features faster than ever before.

Important: 

  • The OneDrive Store app does not sync your files. Read Which OneDrive app? to see if you're getting the most out of OneDrive or learn how to identify which version of OneDrive you are currently using.

  • Because support for Windows 10 Mobile has ended, you won’t be able to use the new app on Windows phone

What's new

  • Dark mode is now supported. You can find the option in Settings & More > Settings.

  • The Search experience has been improved to navigate to or launch preview of the selected search suggestion.

  • Bug fixes to improve reliability & performance.

OneDrive Store app release notes

This wouldn't be possible without your feedback. Please go to Settings > Give Feedback to tell us what you like or dislike.

  • A modern experience that more closely aligns with what you get on the OneDrive website today, including improved interaction with files and associated actions such as selecting multiple files, moving and copying files, and choosing different views.

  • A new Downloads pane where you can see and launch downloaded files in your default app.

  • Better previews for your files and photos.

  • You can sign in with just one OneDrive for work or school and one OneDrive personal account at a time.

  • Making files available offline is no longer supported. Read Working offline.

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For more information, see the OneDrive help center

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See more support pages for OneDrive and OneDrive for work or school.
For the OneDrive mobile app, see Troubleshoot OneDrive mobile app problems.

OneDrive Admins can also view the OneDrive Tech Community, Help for OneDrive for Admins.

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If you still need help, contact support through your browser or shake your mobile device while you're in the OneDrive app.

OneDrive Admins can contact Microsoft 365 for business support.

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