Have a Windows Phone? Here’s 5 ways you can put your life online with OneDrive

Android and iOS users get left behind as these features are only limited to the Windows Phone

Nokia’s climbing up the smartphone ladder with its latest mobile offerings, especially since the launch of the Windows Phone 8.1 update.

But although many of you are using these devices to go about your daily practices of calling, texting, taking selfies or even social media stalking, there’s more to the platform than what you think you know – the full usage of OneDrive being one of them.

Now, we’ve got that covered. Here’s our guide to how you can optimise your OneDrive use on your Windows Phone.

“Scan”, upload and share

Taking and sharing notes just got easier. All you need to do is download the Windows Phone specific Office Lens app and what it does is let you take snaps (it’s not a real scanner) of content on whiteboards and documents, then save it directly on One Note before sharing it to your peers as digital copies.

But take note – you’ll need a Microsoft account to log in to Office Lens. 

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