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Microsoft today at its Build Conference 2017 announced that it is working on releasing a new OneDrive Offline Folders option for its App both on Android and iOS devices.

The Offline feature will help users to access important files on OneDrive when they are not connected to the internet. This new feature called as “OneDrive Offline” Folders can be accessed by tapping the “Parachute” Icon on the top of the screen.

The company also said that the changes made to the files while the users are offline will be automatically updated when the users connect back to the internet. This feature is currently limited to Office 365 Personal and Home Subscribers and OneDrive Business Accounts only.

Currently the feature is available for users on Android and the company will be making this feature available for users on iOS very soon.

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