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Upload files and folders to OneDrive, so you can get to them from anywhere, on almost any device.
Note: In Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge, select Upload > Files.
Select the file or files you want to upload.
Note: You can also upload files by opening File Explorer, selecting the files you want to upload, and dragging them to OneDrive for Business.
Upload folders in Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome
Select Upload > Folder.
Select the folder.
Upload folders in other browsers
Select New > Folder to create a folder.
From the folder you want to upload, select the files.
Drag and drop the files into the new folder you created in OneDrive.
When you upload files to OneDrive, you can securely update and share them from anywhere.
In OneDrive, click Upload, select the files, then select Open. And the files upload to OneDrive.
With the latest version of your browser, you can also drag files from your computer straight to OneDrive.
Select the files you want to upload and drag them to OneDrive.
In Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge browser, you can upload folders from the Upload menu.
With other browsers, create a folder in OneDrive and then drag or upload the files into them.
If you’ve set up OneDrive to sync to your computer, you can drag files to OneDrive in your file system.
OneDrive supports a wide range of file types.
And with your files in OneDrive, you can get to them from almost any device.
For more information, go to aka.ms/learnOneDrive.