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This article describes how to share files and folders on SharePoint.
This article is a list of links to all of the articles about SharePoint.
This article describes how to create shareable files and folders links in OneDrive.
With the file request feature in OneDrive, you can choose a folder where others can upload files using a link that you send them. People you request files from can only upload files; they can't see the content of the folder, edit, delete, or download files, or even see who else has uploaded files.
This article explains what Microsoft Teams is and how it can be used.
This article provides an FAQ about the basics of SharePoint and its operations.
This article describes how to request a migration to SharePoint Online.
This article describes the different types of SharePoint Online sites: communication and team.
This article will talk about how to share content with users outside of USNH as well as some of the permissions you may want to consider. This creates a secure and easy method to allow users to share content.
This article gives a list of links of resources for OneDrive.
This article goes over how to access Microsoft Teams from different outlets including from a browser, the desktop app, and the mobile app. It also clearly specifies how to access it for Students and Faculty and Staff.
Resetting Microsoft OneDrive can sometimes resolve sync issues and resets all OneDrive settings. OneDrive will perform a full sync after the reset.

You won't lose any data by resetting or uninstalling OneDrive.
You use your display name whenever you sign in to your account. You'll also see it on any Windows 10 devices that you've signed into with your Microsoft Account, and it's the name people see when you send emails or participate in an Outlook.com group. This name may differ from your local account's display name.
Box and OneDrive have similar sharing/permissions. This article explains and highlights those similarities and also lists ways to get more more specific details from the Box and Microsoft help articles.