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  1. DropPass's Avatar

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    Hi All!

    Question about linking a "public" SkyDrive folder to my SkyDrive account.

    Paul Thurrott has a public folder allowing anyone access to his upcoming book: "Windows Phone Book". You can find it here:

    My question is: How can I "link" to this public folder within my own SkyDrive account, without using a document with a link pasted into it. Is there a way to simply add this public folder to my "Shared" locations list or some other method?

    I would like to be able to store all "shared" folders in one location rather than have a link pasted on a document somewhere.

    Is this possible?

    Last edited by DropPass; 11-15-2012 at 03:05 PM. Reason: Grammar
  2. exyaster's Avatar

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    No. As of right now you cannot add publicly shared folders striaght to your shared area. You would have to get the owner to directly share the folder with you in order for it to appear there.

    Untill there is a permanent soultion, you will have to add links to a document. I recommended OneNote.

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    Thanks for the response Exy!

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