1. NicolasKR's Avatar
    In Microsoft Photo App under Windows 10, is there a way to view *shared* photos/videos from your OneDrive account ?

    I use the Office 365 family subscription and it would seem logic that the Photo app would let me view what other family members share with me through the OneDrive.

    I am trying to truely stay mobile and do not want 200GB of shared photos/videos stored on my Surface tablet ! This is actually the main reason I purchased the subscription to be able to acces my photos from anywhere.

    I understand it may be a good marketing strategy for Microsoft to prevent it and require to actually copy the shared content to my OneDrive for general usage scenarios, but in the context of Office 365 family sharing, that is very stupid !

    So basically I did not purchase 1TB per user for 5 users. I ended up purchasing mostly 5 copies of the same content.

    I am just frustrated that Microsoft would not think of a premium feature that would allow that in Office 365 family !
    05-18-2018 11:39 AM

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