Is the 1TB Drive Limit Misleading Advertising… or am I missing something?


Having recently bumped up against the insane “20,000” sync item limit I confess I’m astonished this isn’t a bigger deal. Shouldn’t something called “OneDrive” surpass the file capacity of a floppy disk?

Is there really no work around to keep my “E3” level drive contents synched locally beyond 20,000 items?  Am I misunderstanding some common way around this?

If I am not… where’s the push back to the nonsense of 1TB of storage per user?  Are we supposed to manage moving blocks of 20k items in and out of local folders?

I’m really hoping I’m misunderstanding.  Please?

Dave G






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