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How to get an exisitng shared link for a file without having to go to OneDrive in browser?


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The main thing I use OneDrive for is to share files with people where I can still edit/update them. To do this I select Share from the File Explorer and copy the link. However, if I need to get the same link again, at the moment I am having to sign into Office 365, go to OneDrive, find the file and go to Details > Manage access and copy the link from there. I know I can create a brand new link to the file from File Explorer, but I don't want several different links to keep track of. Is there a way I can quickly copy the existing link to a file from my desktop?

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