- Apr 24, 2016
What you need to know
Microsoft recently added the ability to edit images to OneDrive on the web. Now, people can alter photos without having to jump to another app. The functionality supports cropping, lighting adjustments, filters, and rotating photos. These are all standard features on many photo apps, but are a welcome addition to OneDrive on the web.
- OneDrive on the web now supports image editing.
- You can crop photos, make adjustments to lighting and colors, and use filters.
- OneDrive on the web will soon support a new Markup feature that provides another way to alter images.
"One thing we've heard directly from you is that you'd love a way to work on your photos in OneDrive without having to open another app," explains Microsoft in a Tech Community post.
OneDrive on the web now supports editing images directly within a web browser. Previously, people would have to download a photo to make edits in another application.
Over the last year, we’ve been making improvements to OneDrive to ensure you have the tools you need to do your job, so you can get more done in the most efficient way. One thing we’ve heard directly from you is that you’d love a way to work on your photos in OneDrive without having to open...