Set desktop client int opening Onedrive shared with me files.

Office 365

1. Someone shares me their onedrive for business file (word, excel).
2. I will receive an email, when I click the "open" I would like it to automatically open using my desktop client.
3. Or when I'm inside the " Shared with me" folder and open one of the shared files, I'd like it to open using my desktop client.

Steps take:
-In Library Settings, Advanced Settings, you set Opening Documents in the Browser to Open in the client application.
-In Site Settings, Site Collection Features, you start the Open Documents in Client Applications by Default feature.

The steps taken only works in sharepoint document library and onedrive main document library but never worked on the files inside shared with me folder.

Is there a way to make my desktop client set as default when I'm opening files from shared with me folder?
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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
Not that i know of. The "Shared with me" view is not a library, so it works differently. I do like the idea though, so maybe you should submit it on UserVoice :)

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