Microsoft is updating the OneDrive app for Android and iOS with some new features this month. The latest updates are mostly focused on Mobile Capture, the feature that works much like Office Lens to let you scan documents, whiteboards, etc.
The updated OneDrive app brings support for Mobile Capture in more scenarios. Microsoft says the company has “extended” the functionality of the feature to improve the experience for users. More importantly, though, it’s getting an interesting new feature.
When you take scans of meeting notes, OneDrive will now be able to automatically detect if you are in a meeting, and then let you share the scanned document with all the meeting invitees automatically. The idea of this feature sounds very clever, though it’s going to be interesting to see if it actually works well.
OneDrive makes use of Microsoft’s Graph platform to see when you are in a meeting and even grab the details about the other meeting invitees, which is then used to surface the share suggestion within the app. It looks very useful.