OneDrive has a number of really cool features, such as being able to lock your files with a fingerprint. If you want to be at the forefront with these new features, you can sign up for the OneDrive beta test program to get new features before anyone else.
If you do this, you are at the forefront of new functions, but you can also experience some minor hiccups. A beta program is designed to give a smaller group of people access to new content to ensure that everything runs smoothly before it is released to the masses. That is why you must be aware that things can go wrong. Is it worth the risk of getting the newest and best OneDrive experience for everyone? We think so.
: Join the Web
There are a few ways to become a member of the beta. Your first option is to participate via the internet. Follow the link below and make sure you are signed in with the same primary Google account that you use on your Android device. Click or tap "Become a tester", then you can use the "Download it on Google Play" link to get your first beta update.
This method only works in the mobile Play Store app, not in the web version. But if you're on your phone right now, just go to the OneDrive Play Store page at the link below. Scroll down and look for the "Participate in beta" section, tap "Participate", and you're done! It may take up to an hour for your first beta update to appear.
A pop-up appears. In the pop-up, tap the not so clear button & # 39; Register as tester & # 39 ;. You will then be directed to a link with the option below to "BECOME TESTER". Tap the blue button.
After tapping the button, you will see a message that welcomes you to the test program. You now get early builds for someone else. In new builds you might get faster functions, bug fixes for someone else and you might also get new bugs.
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