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, or if someone accidentally deleted it from your Qorus Hub, then you can follow the steps below to connect to OneDrive for Business for all Qorus users in your organisation.
In this article, we'll explain how to:
Connect OneDrive for Business to your Qorus Hub
Once you're in, in the left navigation menu, click on 'Content Sources' under 'Manage', then click on 'Add', and then on 'OneDrive':
Immediately after that, you should get the following success message:
When OneDrive for Business is connected to your Qorus Hub, it will show up as 'My OneDrive':
The search options available for OneDrive for Business content
A common misconception is that by connecting OneDrive for Business to your Qorus Hub, everyone in your organization can access your OneDrive for Business content. That is not the case.
Each user can search their own OneDrive for Business content, as well as files that have explicitly been shared with them using the sharing options in OneDrive for Business.
In addition to using the search box to look for specific terms or phrases, you can also use Qorus to browse through the folder structure of your OneDrive for Business content:
Custom search filters are not supported for OneDrive for Business content. You can however use file type filters to narrow down a search:
To learn more about locating your best content with Qorus, click here.