Hi there ODrive team,
This is a pretty simple issue and I’m surprised it hasn’t been addressed yet.
I’ve synced a number of folders to my oDrive account (into Amazon S3 if I recall properly)
These folders were on a Windows 10 machine.
The folders lived in their native locations (i.e. Documents/test project) or (D:\Recordings)
In order to access them from a remote machine, I would have to use the odrive root folder and go from there.
Granted, on the desktop the files were also in the oDrive root, but I simply used their native locations to save space in my oDrive folder.
On the desktop, the files continued to live and breathe in their original locations.
Everything was fine in oDrive land, until…
I had to format my system.
I reinstalled Windows 10 and reinstalled all software from the ground up.
This caused the issue that I’m writing in about.
Those “native” locations to still existed (many were on external storage)
But oDrive’s only association to those cloud files is in the oDrive root.
I need to re-associate the oDrive directories to the directories on the other drives, exactly like it was before the format.
I can’t just move my oDrive directory as I work with very large files regularly and I would like to break up the space it takes on my computer. For example, my recordings directory is almost 600GB in size, and then I have other directories for video editing, etc, each residing on their own drives.
I’d also LOVE to avoid having to resync all of that data if possible.
Looking forward to some kind of solution here. Thanks!