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Files on OneDrive and Google Drive

(Topic created: 01-12-2024 11:45 AM)
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adwissler
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I have a OneDrive account and a Google Drive account connected to My Files, and I wish that Samsung wouldn't count files stored in both of those accounts as duplicates, because they're in different accounts. Is there any way this can be changed? Also, is there any way to have those files not count against the storage limit? Thank you very much.
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LongHiker
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@adwissler The only way those files would count against the storage limit on that cloud service is if they are stored on that cloud service. 

I put the same document in OneDrive and Google Drive. It did not get flagged as a duplicate. In fact in the duplicate area it has a button near the top to select either OneDrive or Google Drive. Can you post a screenshot of what you saw? 

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adwissler
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So it can't be in both?
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LongHiker
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Sure, you can have a document in both OneDrive and Google Drive. I'm just saying that MyFiles won't flag it as a duplicate.
adwissler
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Okay, thank you very much. That is greatly appreciated.
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adwissler
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I will. Thank you very much.
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