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OneDrive for Business Files Restore feature

Finally Microsoft has added the Restore feature capability to OneDrive for Business.

This feature allows to restore files from any point of time during the last 30 days. If you are an administrator or end user you will be able to use this feature and restore your files to a specific point of time.

Check the below steps to be able to restore your data:

1- Log in to your OneDrive for Business as below and choose settings

2- Choose “Restore Your OneDrive” as below

3- Then choose the period you want to restore your file, you can choose either “One week ago” or “Three weeks ago” or “Custom date and time”

 

4- Choose “Custom date and time” and choose the period of days and files to restored as below, then click on “Restore”

5- You will get the below confirmation, just confirm by clicking on “Restore”

6- It will start the restore process and you will get confirmation once the restore finish as below

 

Now, Click on “Return to my OneDrive” and you will find your files restored

This great feature will save cost, effort and worrying about what will happen if i have lost my OneDrive data, and the better thing is it is free of cost

Resources: Microsoft Tech Community

 

Storage improvements for SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business

Upload larger files, up to 10 GB each

Microsoft has increased the per file size limit to 10 GB. This applies to files uploaded to Team Sites, Office 365 Groups and OneDrive for Business, as well as for videos uploaded into the Office 365 Video portal. Office 365 customers no longer need to leave big files stranded on file shares and local hard drives.

Before it was only 2 GB

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1 TB additional space for overall pooled SharePoint Online storage allocation

The amount of content in Office 365 is growing 300 percent year over year. To meet your needs for more storage, we’re increasing default storage to 1 TB plus 0.5 GB per user to use across SharePoint Online, Office 365 Groups and Office 365 Video up from the previous allocation of 10 GB. This is in addition to the unique default per-user OneDrive for Business storage space and individual storage provided for user email inboxes. Office 365 customers on our premium Enterprise, Government and Education plans will receive OneDrive for Business unlimited storage, and we’re pleased to announce that the first stage of providing 5 TB for each user is now complete.

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Source : Office Blogs

OneDrive for Business storage limit for each user will be increased from 25GB to 1TB

Starting on July 1 and over the next week, the OneDrive for Business storage limit for each user will be increased from 25GB to 1TB. As a part of this, any extra storage previously assigned to OneDrive for Business sites above 25 GB will be returned to the shared storage pool. Because all users will be moved to 1 TB, you no longer need to manage the OneDrive for Business storage limits. No action is required from you as these changes will be automatically applied.

Source: Office Blog

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