I just started to use OneDrive to store some files that I only want available to me online via the internet. I do not want to store them locally or even in a local backup; I only want to store them in and access them from the cloud, period. I uploaded a couple hundred megs of these files last week and just noticed the other day that they were also saved locally in the C:\Users\...\OneDrive folder. Definitely not what I wanted to happen. I deleted them and then noticed that they also disappeared from OneDrive. Again, definitely not what I wanted to happen. I can't remember now what options I changed in the OneDrive app, but my current settings are: Access all my OneDrive files Offline - off Sync files - off I'm pretty sure I also clicked the button Make all files online-only I had used the website to re-upload my files and copies were no longer appearing in the C:\Users directory. Perfect. I can access them via the web no problem, but when I just tried via the OneDrive app, it didn't see the files and it displayed a message at the top that File Syncing has been paused. So does the OneDrive app only work with local/synced files? The only way to access my files exclusively via the cloud (no local copies) is via the OneDrive website? Or have I incorrectly configured the app options? Thanks!