OneDrive is getting a request files feature, and the ability to save files for later

Today, Microsoft published its November roadmap updates for OneDrive, even though it's December. It's a monthly update of things that are to come for the service, and there are a few things on the list.

First is a save for later feature, which is just what it sounds like. It's basically the ability to bookmark files, effectively saving them for later. This should allow you to easily get back to what you were working on.

Next up is the ability to request files. Once again, this feature is what it sounds like. You can send a link to people to request files from them. You'll also be able to send this link to multiple people, and the uploader will only be able to see the file that they upload. So if you're collecting bids for a project or something, you can use a link to request bids from multiple vendors, but the vendor still won't be able to see the files from others.

The last feature is that OneDrive emails will now be localized, as per your AAD and Exchange settings.

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