You can use OneDrive to sync both your work or school files and personal files to your computer.You can't sync or share your work or school folders to your OneDrive personal folders, but you can copy or drag and drop files from one to another.on your personal computer.Sign in with your work or school account.Once sync has completed, select More Settings.In Settings, select Account, and then select Add an account.When OneDrive Setup starts, enter your personal account, and then select Sign in. Tips:.You cannot add an alias that is already associated with another Microsoft account.You can't add an email address that's already associated with a work or school account as an alias. See below for more details.An alias or email address can only contain letters, numbers, dot (.), underscore or dash/hyphen (-). Spaces and other special characters are not allowed.Learn how to and how to. Need more help?Get online helpSee more.For the OneDrive mobile app, see.Email supportIf you still need help, shake your mobile device while you're in the OneDrive app or.Account SupportFor help with your Microsoft account or subscriptions, visit.
Hello!I want to merge two of my Microsoft Accounts in to one.I first added my gmail account into Microsoft account but after that I wanted to have an outlook account. I created an outlook account and added it Microsoft account.Now, I have two Microsoft accounts and both have same devices connected.I am having some problems on my PC (device) because some things were changed by using my first Microsoft Account. And some things were changed by using my second Microsoft account.So I want to Ask is there any way to merge both of my accounts into one?Waiting for Microsoft Team's reply,Dawer Ahmed:).
How To Combine 2 Microsoft Accounts
Company merging on the horizonThe Inq. Talks about some major company merging that could take place this summer. What is likely to happen is summarized in the following list:.
How To Combine Two Microsoft Accounts
eBay is in talks with Microsoft and Yahoo regarding cooperation and perhaps even a combination. Oracle, SAP and perhaps Novell might be 'up to something'. Telecoms will surely continue to be a big source of deal-making and not just through attempts to build scale and geographic coverage. Deals such as Sky-Easynet and eBay-Skype suggest that combinations of services could be the way forward. Sun might be bought by Fujitsu Siemens, HP or DellSource.