To Upload a Publicly Accessible File to SkyDrive
- Log in to SkyDrive or create an account.
- Generally there are two folders by default "My Documents" and "Public." Uploading a file and posting a link from the "Public" folder is usually sufficient.
- Click the Public Folder and click "Add files." From here it is easy to select files from your computer. Note that if you run into a size limit, the files may need to be split to upload.
- After uploading the files, it is a good idea to post a link to the files, this can be accomplished by selecting Share -> Embed and copying the resulting link back to a post or email.
- Note that if you are not using the default public folder or need to allow access to a different folder that you have created, then you may need to enable access for everyone. Select Share -> Edit permissions (note that I created a new Test directory to demonstrate the sharing process). Note that it appears that the permissions can only be modified on top level folders. I tried creating a Test folder under My Documents and the sharing permissions could not be modified, but creating a new top level folder allowed the permissions to be set properly.
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