Integrate with Microsoft OneDrive Business

Our business uses OneDrive as a cloud based document repository.  Would be great to be able to use this in the same way as the recent DropBox and Google Drive integrations.

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  • Dec 7, 2016

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    It's now possible to integrate with Microsoft OneDrive. You can securely store and share all of your files in one place. And product teams need key documents with easy access to everything from wireframes to detailed mock-ups.

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  • Shravan Majithia commented
    March 27, 2015 14:39

    We are getting Office 365 in August and it will be great if we could ingrate Aha! with Onedrive.

  • Ryan Strom commented
    April 20, 2015 17:15

    I need it too!

  • Paul Edge commented
    January 05, 2016 21:49

    I want to clarify that I need integration with OneDrive for Business (which is really SharePoint and Groove behind the scenes) as part of Office 365. I understand Microsoft's roadmap is to eventually collapse OneDrive and OneDrive for Business in to the same service: good summary from Mary Jo Foley here 

  • David Behr commented
    February 20, 2016 14:52

    We really need OneDrive for business urgently. Any progress or commitment?

  • Guest commented
    July 28, 2016 15:33

    Any progress on this?  At the we're attaching docs which isn't ideal....

  • Dan Molloy commented
    September 16, 2016 12:53

    Bummer to see more advancement for Google Drive and DropBox before OneDrive is implemented at all!

  • Guest commented
    December 07, 2016 18:26

    Awesome stuff...  Be nice to get default folders associated to products.

  • Julian Elve commented
    December 09, 2016 15:02

    Great to see this, but when I connect it and try to browse for documents all I can see is the root site collection of our sharepoint online shared sites - and no apparent way to select subsidiary sites and site collections.

    Nor can I see any way to access my OneDrive for Business (what used to be called a personal site)