What email address or phone number would you like to use to sign in to Docs.com?
If you already have an account that you use with Office or other Microsoft services, enter it here.
Or sign in with:
Signing in allows you to download and like content, and it provides the authors analytical data about your interactions with their content.
Embed code for: Getting started with OneDrive
Select a size
Get started with Microsoft OneDrive Microsoft OneDrive is cloud storage that you can get to from anywhere. It helps you stay organized, access your important documents, photos, and other files from any device, and share those files with friends, family, or coworkers. What’s OneDrive? OneDrive.com Access your files anywhere you have internet access. Log in at OneDrive.com to view and share any file or create Office documents right from your browser. On your phone or tablet No matter where you are, your files are always within reach with the OneDrive mobile apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone. To get the app, go to OneDrive.com/download. On your PC or Mac The OneDrive folder on your computer always keeps your files up-to-date. Anything you add or edit in there gets synced via the cloud to your other devices or people you've shared with. Get OneDrive for PC or Mac The easiest way to get started is to drag and drop files into OneDrive. After you install the app, find the OneDrive folder on your PC or Mac. Or visit OneDrive.com and drag files into the browser window. Add files From your phone or tablet You can add files from your mobile device using the OneDrive app. Turn on camera upload to save the photos and videos you take, and you can easily view them on another device or share them with friends and family. Instead of emailing files back and forth or running into trouble sending large files, share with OneDrive. When you do, people will receive a link to the files or folder. Rest assured that everything you put in your OneDrive is private until you share it. Share photos and albums Photos you upload to OneDrive are easy to share with friends and family. Just got back from a vacation and want to share the experience? Send a link to a few of your best photos or create a gorgeous album you can invite others to enjoy. Effortless sharing Share With OneDrive and Office, you can create documents on any device, access them from anywhere, and work together with other people. Download Office 365 for PC or Mac Download the Office apps for your phone or tablet Do more with Office Get the free apps Use the Office mobile apps to create and edit documents from anywhere. Tap the icons to download the apps now. WordPowerPoint Excel OneNote Edit docs on the go When your Office documents are in OneDrive, you can open and edit them from the OneDrive mobile apps or the OneDrive website. Use Office on the web You can create Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, and OneNote notebooks from any device for free from the OneDrive website. Sign in to OneDrive.com and then choose “New”. Collaborate with others When you share an Office document, you can give people permission to edit it so you don’t have to send around different copies in email. This way, they can insert comments, images, charts, and other content to the document themselves. There’s a lot you can accomplish with the power of the free OneDrive service, but if you need more storage or want access to premium features, try Office 365. You’ll get 1 TB (1000 GB) of OneDrive storage, exclusive tools that will help you be more productive, and the latest versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook for your PC, Mac, and mobile devices. Visit OneDrive.com/plans to learn more. Get the premium experience Learn more about OneDrive at OneDrive.com/support