Microsoft OneDrive
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Microsoft OneDrive is a cloud-based storage service provided by Microsoft that allows users to store and access their files and documents from anywhere. It offers seamless integration with various devices and applications, enabling users to easily sync, share, and collaborate on their files while providing a secure and reliable storage solution.

Connect a New OneDrive Destination

  1. Under the Destinations tab, click on the Create Destination button and select the destination from the list.
  2. Select your account from the drop-down menu.
  3. Name your destination and click on Save to create your destination.
Need to authorize another connection?

Click on Add new Account in drop-down menu during authorizer selection and follow the on-screen prompts. You can also go to the Authorizers tab and click on Add New Service.

Non-Business Account: Drive ID

Unless you have a Business account, you will need to insert your Drive ID during destination creation.

The ID can be found in your OneDrive URL.

Create a Flow to Microsoft OneDrive

  1. Navigate to Flows and click on Create Flow.
  2. Click on Connect Your Data to add your sources.
  3. Click on Connect Your Data Destination to add the destination.
  4. Choose the Write mode and fill in the other required information.
  5. Check the Data Preview to see if your configuration is correct.
  6. Name your flow, and click on Create Flow to finish the setup.

File Name

Choose how your JSON will be named in the File Name field. The file can be named after the flow, after the date, or a combination of the two.

File Partitioning

File partitioning refers to the practice of dividing large datasets into smaller, more manageable segments or partitions based on specific criteria, such as values in a particular column or range of values. Each partition contains a subset of the data that shares common attributes or characteristics. File partitioning is commonly used to improve data organization, query performance, and data management.

Dataddo supports file partitioning during flow creation. If you use, for example,


Dataddo will create a file every day, e.g. file_20xx0101, file_20xx0102 etc.

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