How can I output to OneDrive?

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OneDrive is the default storage place on Windows. It would be greate to output direct from SnagIt to OneDrive.
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casimir

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Kevin Davids

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Hi, When you "Save as" you are first given the option of a file type followed by a location. Once you've chosen the format (PDF, SNAG etc) you are then given the opportunity to choose OneDrive as your intended location. If you've done this once, Windows will then default to OneDrive for subsequent saves. I hope this helps.
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casimir

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Thanks!

But I would like to see "Send to OneDrive" instead of "Send to Google Drive", too.

Me and my colleagues don't use the Google Drive, but all of us use the OneDrive.

It would be great to have the same share possibility.

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David Zink, Program Manager

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Thank you for your interest!  With the February 24, 2015 update to Snagit we introduced the ability to directly share / save to OneDrive.  Please note that this capability can be found through the 'My Places' destination, and that it requires a OneDrive for Business account.  Please let us know if you have any other questions.
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rjameson

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Ugh, onedrive for business is sharepoint, and is a horrible disaster, we need onedrive personal please.
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Nacho P

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Me too, I want Onedrive output. Drive is free, right? Why then Onedrive for business only? Not happy :(
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ictteam

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I use Snagit version 12.3.1 but I can't find the OneDrive for Business as Windows output?

Can you tell me if it is released and how do I use it?

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Max Audet

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I'd also want a direct way to send to OneDrive like with Google instead of having to manually imput the name.

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