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one drive office 365

i have 10 office 365 users using oneDrive. When file is saved into their own oneDrive, I want to do the following. Is it possible?

1. rename the file call johnsmith_file1 and forward the file to Manager's One Drive.
2. email notification sent to the Manager's email that the forwarding is successful.
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Ramon RoblesCommented:
There is no limit, you can use your OneDrive on multiple devices to sync data. However at a time you can sign in to your Microsoft user account only on 5 computers. In order to sign in to a different computer you need to delete the user account from one
device.
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Alex AppletonBusiness Technology AnalystCommented:
This could be done in flow.  There's plenty of actions available to do what you want to do.  Check it out at flow.microsoft.com
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ITsolutionWizardAuthor Commented:
I just don't see a way it allows me to rename the file
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Jackie ManCommented:
1. rename the file call johnsmith_file1 and forward the file to Manager's One Drive.
2. email notification sent to the Manager's email that the forwarding is successful.

Can you rephrase what you want to do?

Is your manager having the same file with the same file name?
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ITsolutionWizardAuthor Commented:
when the file is arrived to Manager One Drive, the file should be renamed. And assume file came from John Smith email/office 365 account, then the file is renamed to Johnsmith_(organized file name) ...something like that. And it is the same file
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Alex AppletonBusiness Technology AnalystCommented:
Flow
This is what I was thinking for flow, but I just tested it now and it's not working.  Sorry, I guess since this is still in preview there are some bugs to work out.
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ITsolutionWizardAuthor Commented:
many issues on MS Flow...
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Alex AppletonBusiness Technology AnalystCommented:
It has generally been ok for me, definitely helps.  Just can't guarantee anything that's in preview I guess....
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