It would be nice if LibreOffice supported Office365 OneDrive for Business/Sharepoint Online.
There is currently no OneDrive for Business client for Linux, but if LibreOffice supported ODfB file access directly, it would help co-operation with Microsoft Office users.
There is a REST API for Onedrive and Onedrive for Business:
Setting to NEW.
Any idea how much effort this would need? Could it be done with an addon? I am even thinking of paying someone to do this if it won't be a very big (expensive) job.
Hmm. Is OneDrive for Business somehow very different from the regular OneDrive? OneDrive support is still unfinished: bug 62437
If you think it would be all the same, you could close your report as a duplicate of bug 62437
They are actually quite different. ODfB is actually more close to SharePoint. But last year Microsoft released the new OneDrive REST API 2.0 that works for both services. I have no idea which API the now-broken and disabled OneDrive integration functionality in LibreOffice utilizes.
I also tried using the SharePoint support in LibreOffice, but didn't get it working, likely because ODfB supports only forms based authentication.
I would also mention that in ODfB, files shared by others to you are not synced to the local folder. Microsoft Office accesses them via WebDAV.
I think the best course of action would be make LibreOffice support form-based authentication on WebDAV. Then one would be able to enter the URL of the document to LibreOffice and open it for editing.
It sounds like your OneDrive sync is disabled, rather than your saving abilities. Have you opened the OneDrive program from your system tray to ensure that it is signed in and that no files are stuck on sync? Does it synch to website[https://fahadkhan.pk] when creating a new file to your local folder OneDrive?
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There is the possibility this problem got fixed as per cloph's fixes in https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=115643#c19 - thanks for you work!
Fixes will be available in 18.104.22.168.beta2 and 7.2.0 main builds.
As a business account is required to re-test this and no LO QA team member has such an account please do retest with 7.1 beta2 builds or 7.2 main builds and report back the situation you encounter.
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I am sorry, I do not have any OneDrive for Business plans that I could test this with.