How to Connect Your WordPress Media Library to OneDrive

How to Connect Your WordPress Media Library to OneDrive


Ever wished that you could store some or all of your WordPress site’s media files in remote cloud storage instead of on your server? There are a lot of benefits to this when it comes to price, convenience, and potentially performance.

Toolset Couponhead here to create one. OneDrive gives you up to 5 GB of storage for free. After that, paid OneDrive plans start at $1.99 per month for up to 100 GB of storage.

In addition to your OneDrive account, you’ll need a plugin to help you connect your media library to OneDrive.

For that part of the puzzle, you’re going to use the WP Media Folder plugin, along with its OneDrive addon. In addition to letting you use folders to organize your media library, this plugin also makes it easy to connect to OneDrive. We’ve previously reviewed the WP Media Folder plugin, so you can check out that review to learn more about the core functionality.

To get both the core plugin and the OneDrive add-on, you’ll need the Plugin Addon plan, which will cost you $59.

Here’s how to set everything up…

1. Install WP Media Folder Add-on

To get started, install, and activate the core WP Media Folder plugin. Then, run through the short setup wizard to get all the basics out of the way.

Once you’ve done that, you should see a new folder interface when you go to the regular Media tab in your WordPress dashboard:

click this link to head to Azure and sign in using the same credentials that you use for OneDrive. Once you’re signed in, you should be in the App registrations section. Click the New registration button:

Authorize appWordPress OneDrive connectionWP Media Folder plugin.

Do you have any questions about how to set things up or how the integration works? Ask away in the comments, and we’ll try to help! And again, you can learn more about the WP Media Folder plugin in our full WP Media Folder review.

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