When you want to upload files to SkeyDrive from a computer that doesn’t have SkyDrive client installed or integrated, you will need its web client to upload files from. Now with the latest update, you can easily drag the files and drop them to SkyDrive webpage and watch them upload. And it’s quite nicely done and seamless.
You can actually do more while you are on SkyDrive web client. Right-click to any of the files there, you get a list of things you can do with it, Open, Download, Share, Rename, Move, Delete. Heck, you can even do simple editing like Rotate.
You can select multiple files or folders and do a bulk change if you want, such as Download, Share, Move, Copy, or Delete.
When doing the sharing, you have options to invite people, publish to Facebook, or simple get a link.
When getting a link, you can set one of the 3 options on the files you share, either View-Only, Edit, or Public.
Do you know you can even embed a file to your blog or webpage right from SkyDrive’s web client? Simply right-click to the file and choose Embed. Then click the Generate button to get the code. You can also embed a folder as well, which isn’t recommended because you may expose the files you want to keep private.
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Last updated: 08/04/2014