Microsoft increases the Microsoft 365 file upload limit from 100GB to 250GB

Microsoft increases the Microsoft 365 file upload limit from 100GB to 250GB

Microsoft released a product update announcement to partially update the Microsoft 365 cloud service. This update is mainly to adjust the maximum file upload size limit.

The original Microsoft 365 series product upload file limit is 100GB, that is, a single file cannot exceed 100GB or it will not be uploaded to the server. This product includes OneDrive, Microsoft Teams, and Microsoft SharePoint, but Microsoft has decided to adjust this limit.

After the adjustment, the single file upload limit is increased from 100GB to 250GB, which means that you can now directly upload a single 250GB large file to Microsoft 365.

For ordinary users, we are unlikely to need to upload such a large file, but for companies and studios, sometimes it does produce particularly large files.

For example, sometimes the archives of data, studio designs, and rendered videos saved by enterprise servers may be very large.

Now Microsoft directly provides large files after uploading, as long as the network connection is good, there is no need to split and upload directly, and you can download them directly if necessary.

Microsoft said that modeling software used by enterprises, such as 3D models of buildings or 8K videos produced by studios, may be much larger than normal file sizes.

After the updated restrictions, companies and studios can now upload files directly without processing them in advance, which can reduce time consumption and improve work efficiency.