I have an app set up where the images the user takes with the device is saved to a OneDrive location (excel and folder like the Site Inspector Template). The issue that I am having is that the app is saving to each user's individual OneDrive, not to the OneDrive folder I set up. Is this as intended? If so how can I get around this as it is causing permission issues.
When each user uses this app, they will login OneDrive with their own account, and I think that is the reason why it is not saving to your OneDrive folder. Before you create this app, have your shared this folder to all the users with the edit permission?
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I'm having the same issue. The spreadsheet and the image folder are on a Shared folder on my OneDrive for Business account. When someone other than me uses the app, the data updates the shared Spreadsheet, but the images are saved on the Users OneDrive account in a folder that is created with the same name as the one on the shared drive . Since the images have relative URL's when the user logs in they can see their images in the app, but not mine, and visa versa. That would be OK if this were not a shared app. Is there a work around or something I need to turn on or off. I've given my test account edit permissions to my entire OneDrive and still no go.