Anyone knows if the OneDrive integration through O365 plugins link or copy the documents from OneDrive to Moodle?
Thanks in advance.
One can easily open and OneDrive documents right from office 365. So 1st need to install the microsoft office 365 download it from the official website free version and sing up with the login id and password and enter the product key. also installed the OneDrive desktop app and login with same id and password then, OneDrive and office work together to sync documents and let you work, and shear document at the same time. Whenever save the file goto the select File > Save As, choose your OneDrive, and then choose the folder where you want to save the file.
I've got the latter selected on a test setup, but the repo still seems to download the files into Moodle. The file store will grow by the approximate size of the file chosen on OneDrive, file size limits in Moodle will still be applied (I would have thought this was irrelevant if the file is outside of Moodle) and if you delete the "linked" file on OneDrive, Moodle is unaffected. If the OneDrive plugin were simply using a link, I would expect the removal of the file form OneDrive to break the link.
Unfortunately this isn't what I need, I'm trying to set up a link so that my client can use the large amount of storage they have for individual users on OneDrive to store oversize assignment submissions so that they don't have to pay for a significant increase in the storage for the Moodle server. Using the OneDrive plugin in link mode seemed like the answer to that, but in practice it doesn't work this way.