@Tony Any update on this topic? SharePoint library sync would help Odrive appeal much more to businesses. Microsoft’s terrible product may eventually get better, but at this point it would be a great way for you guys to grab some market share.
P.S. Here’s a link to a barebones 3rd party sync tool that supposedly does SharePoint syncing, but I haven’t tried it (SPSync).
Thanks for the feedback. There isn’t any news on Sharepoint libraries, but it is something we want to revisit in the future.
The last time I checked in on it, a few weeks ago, there were still pieces missing from the OneDrive unified API that we need to make this work properly.
The OneDrive for Business integration works for the OneDrive for Business storage as opposed to Sharepoint team sites/libraries right now.
Something interesting to note, however, is that odrive provides Spaces for free, which can be used to create collaborative storage areas from any of your existing storage. The use cases parallel Sharepoint sites in many respects.
We are actually working on a feature-set called “Org” that is business-focused and will provide some very compelling functionality with regards to storage management, user management, and collaboration, while still making use of the same odrive client. I have a feeling you will interested in that, once we release.
The ability to sync SharePoint libraries exists with the native OneDrive for Business sync client and hence the lack of support for this is preventing me from moving to ODrive. If I could access SharePoint libraries using the Infinite Sync capability would be great.
Thanks for reaching out @thinkchris.
This is not something on the immediate roadmap, unfortunately, but the product team has it on their list and we will be sure to announce if it is added to the product.