With OneDrive for Business connected to Qorus, users can access and use OneDrive for Business content while working in Office 365 with the Qorus Add-ins.
When you sign up for Qorus, we'll automatically connect OneDrive for Business for you, so you shouldn't have to connect it manually. If for whatever reason we weren't able to connect OneDrive for Business however, you can follow the steps below to connect to OneDrive for Business for all Qorus users in your organisation.
Please note that before you begin, you'll need to have at least 'Contribute' permissions on any SharePoint Online libraries you connect, and you'll also need to belong to the Admin role in Qorus.
In this article, we'll explain how to:
- Create a OneDrive for Business content source
- Test your OneDrive for Business content source (optional, but best practice!)
1. CREATE A ONEDRIVE FOR BUSINESS CONTENT SOURCE
First, you'll need to be logged into the Qorus Management Portal. You can access the login page by visiting the following link: https://www.qorushub.com/, or by popping over to the 'Manage' tab in any of the Qorus Add-ins, and following the link under 'Search Settings'.
Once you're in, in the left navigation menu, click on 'Content Sources' under 'Manage':
Then, click on 'Add', and then on 'OneDrive':
2. TEST YOUR ONEDRIVE FOR BUSINESS CONTENT SOURCE (OPTIONAL)
If you'd like to test your content source, and see whether you're getting the search results you'd expect, you can click on the heartbeat icon next to your OneDrive for Business content source.
In the following modal window, you can leave the search box blank (to run a blanket 'return everything' search), or enter a search term, and then click on the magnifying glass to run the search.
And that's it!
Unlike SharePoint Online content sources, you can only create one OneDrive for Business content source. All Qorus users will be able to search and re-use content they've created and lives in their OneDrive for Business, as well as content that's been shared with them via OneDrive for Business.