Automatically Sync Photos from Microsoft Lumia 535 to OneDrive

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Hello and welcome to VisiHow. In this video, we are going to show you how to automatically upload photos from your Microsoft Lumia 535 to your Microsoft OneDrive account.

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Steps

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    To begin, press the power button located on the right-hand side of the phone.
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    Swipe the lock screen up, revealing the home screen.
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    Swipe down from the top to open the notifications panel.
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    Tap "ALL SETTINGS" at the top right.
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    Swipe across to open the "applications" settings.
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    Tap on "photos+camera" at the bottom of the screen.
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    At the next screen, scroll down to find "OneDrive", located just beneath "Auto upload".
    Auto upload means that photos or videos will be automatically uploaded to a preferred area. Press "OneDrive" to show uploading options.
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    The message at the top says, "Automatically upload your photos and videos to OneDrive so you can access them from any device."
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    The options for automatically uploading include, "Don't upload", "Good quality (may use a data plan)" or "Best quality (needs WiFi)".
    The "Don't upload" option means that any photos taken will not automatically be uploaded to OneDrive. This may be a good option because it will allow you to choose which photos to keep on the phone and which to upload to OneDrive.
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    Tap an option to choose it, and the circle next to it will be highlighted.
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    This concludes our tutorial on how to automatically upload photos from your Microsoft Lumia 535 to your Microsoft OneDrive account, or to stop automatically uploading photos from your Microsoft Lumia 535 to your OneDrive account.
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