Been trying to learn more with O365 and am trying to setup what I thought would have been far simpler. I've got a small test organisation with 4 users and am basically wanting to setup some shared folders with slightly different permissions that will sync across their devices via OneDrive, so something like say: - Main Data Folder: A folder all users can access and that syncs across all - Finance Folder: A folder only the boss and accountant can access I figured this would be as simple as sharing the folder within OneDrive to the other users, but have found that this doesn't add the folder to their OneDrive for syncing to the local machine. Instead it just appears within the web interface under "Shared with me". I've seen that I can click "sync" at the top and manage to get it syncing to the local machine via OneDrive, but it's a bit messy: - creates a new folder and shows the folder as "User Name - Shared Folder Name" - it is separate from their OneDrive account, not sure if this would work on a mobile device Upon reading up on things I start to see there's differences between OneDrive Personal and OneDrive Business, different clients for each (which apparently is no longer the case?) and then there's the whole Sharepoint / Team Sites / Outlook Groups items which I believe can also be used to achieve a similar outcome. From within the OneDrive web interface I've tried creating a Group/Team Site and then adding it's document library in a similar fashion by pressing the "sync" button from the web interface - but again, this seems a bit messy: - It uses the OneDrive for Business client which I thought wasn't used anymore - Shows sharepoint icons rather than OneDrive/Folder icons, no visual of sync status - They have to click on Sharepoint > Team Site It's all a little confusing at this stage and I'm not entirely sure if I should be doing this all within OneDrive or using a Team Site. Any point in the right direction would be much appreciated.