You can share a ton of different ways using OneDrive: from your phone, app, desktop or from the Web!
This guide will show you how to do it using OneDrive for your Windows machine.
1) Open File Explorer.
2) Find the file or folder you want to share and place the file or folder in your OneDrive folder. In this example, I'm going to navigate to my OneDrive folder in the left panel, and then place the Logo file I want to share in a new folder called "Delnor Logo for Microsoft Forms and Flows".
Note: You can place your file anywhere in your OneDrive app but just note that if you move it after sharing it, the person on the other end may lose access to it.
3) Now I'm going to wait a few seconds or a few minutes for my file to sync to OneDrive. How do I know when it's done? I can click on the blue cloud icon in the bottom right of my desktop and check and see if I get an "all up to date" kind of message.
4) Once it has finished syncing, I'm ready to share my file or folder! Now right click on the file or folder you want to share, and click the Share button.
5) You should then get a little box that pops up. If you click on the permissions box within that box, you will be able to edit the settings on what you're about to share. In my example, I'm going to change the settings to allow anyone with the link to access the file and not to allow editing. When I'm done tweaking my settings, I'll hit the Apply button.
6) Finally, I'm going to click the Copy link button at the bottom of the box to create the link that I can then share with anyone.
7) And that's it! You can now share that link via any platform and the people or person on the other end will be able to access what you have shared! In my example, I'll paste it into an email.