Microsoft OneDrive app updates on iOS with several fixes for iPad, Mail, and dates

Brad Stephenson

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The Microsoft OneDrive app updated to Version 11.39.4 today with several important fixes for bugs that were affecting the moving of files, incorrect Date Modified data being shown, and the saving of filters.

Here’s the release notes with all of the details:

  • For our iPad users who tried to move a file, the move dialog would sometimes, well, move unexpectedly around the screen. We’ve put a stop to this un-amusing game of tag and that move menu will now stay put.
  • We fixed an issue with the Share Extension that prevented users from sharing certain file types to OneDrive from the iOS mail app. This has been fixed and you can once again save your attachments to OneDrive.
  • Sometimes, the Date Modified shown in the app wouldn’t match the Date Modified shown in Web or the sync client. Unfortunately, this was not industry disrupting time travel, but rather an unintentional mismatch. This has now been fixed and the Date Modified will match across all endpoints.
  • We fixed an issue with our scan experience where filters weren’t being saved when a document was cropped. Now, your grayscale, neatly cropped scans will save as you would expect.

Curious about the previous OneDrive iOS update? Read all about it here.

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