Syncing Teams document libraries or Sharepoint Libraries to your desktop

Syncing Teams document libraries or Sharepoint Libraries to your desktop

Prerequisites:

  • Must have Teams installed and signed in

Steps:

  1. Open Teams and navigate to the Files and folder you’d like to sync
  2.  Click the link at the top titled “Open in Sharepoint”
  3. Sign in if requested, then click the button at the top labelled “Sync”
  4. Click “Sync Now”
  5. Now click “Open Microsoft OneDrive”
  6. The Teams folder is now syncing to your computer.

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